RoadSafe GIS accepted to the Esri Emerging Business Program

RoadSafe GIS is pleased to announce we have been accepted to the Esri Emerging Business Program.  RoadSafe GIS was accepted as part of the Esri Startup Program which provides a generous offering of software, support, training and more to new businesses less than 3 years old that are building software-as-a-service (SAAS) solutions. Stay tuned during the next few months as we will be leveraging Esri’s software to develop new services for geocoding collision data and streamlining our current RoadSafe GIS solution workflow.  

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About RoadSafe GIS

RoadSafe GIS is the fruition of many years working in the field and learning about the needs of local agencies when it comes to collision data. In my previous post, I briefly outlined its origins while working at UC Berkeley and developing the Transportation Injury Mapping System (TIMS). Now I would like to describe current options available to local agencies and how RoadSafe GIS can fill a void as a new software service. Despite the popularity of TIMS, most local agencies in California still maintain their own data in private software solutions. Although TIMS is a powerful, freely available web-based […]

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Welcome

Hello and welcome to the first RoadSafe GIS blog entry. We hope to use this blog to discuss the finer points of RoadSafe GIS, collision data analysis, web mapping systems, cloud technology and other related topics. For a kickoff topic I wanted to talk about the origins of RoadSafe GIS and how our new service came to be. I spent the past 7 years as the GIS Program Manager at the Safe Transportation Research and Education Center (SafeTREC) at UC Berkeley. One of the main projects I led there was the development of the Transportation Injury Mapping System (TIMS) that […]

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