A team of researchers has published a study that calculates the best pedestrian route based on safety over finding the shortest route.
Researchers from Rutgers University have been testing out the theory that speed information matched against road topology provides enough information to be able to figure out a driver’s final location. The research sprung out of the speed data collected by insurance companies to monitor its customer’s driving habits in order […]
This guest article by Tim Hirrel takes a look at a new method for implementing turn restrictions in GIS street data. Turn restrictions (e.g. no right turn allowed or no u-turn allowed) are an important component of network data used for driving directions and logistics. Tim Hirrel is the […]
White paper from Fleetmatics From communications and shipping, to productivity and back office procedures, technology has pervaded every aspect if the business world. But small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) with vehicle fleets have an additional tool at their fingertips to gain further benefits from the technological revolution. Increased access to […]
GIS and its role in increasing productivity for businesses is part of an article in Globe and Mail. The article also features Alex Miller, president of ESRI Canada who is quoted, “Every government and every business needs to know where things are, where people are, how processes work, and how […]