Improving the flow and quality of information will reduce the time taken to answer common queries. Allowing access to the published source data will free up staff time and help to provide a service to a wider user base including the public.
However complex the central database, users see only the view of the data that has been configured for their needs. They can then click on the map to 'drill down' to reveal more detail of associated data, images and documents. This approach keeps the interface clean and simple whilst catering for all types of user.
Standard Gazetteers such as Address Point, Code Point and NLPG can be used to find a map location by street name or postcode. Navigation tools include roam, pan, zoom and bespoke search functions.
Zoom layering causes suitable base mapping to be displayed for the chosen scale.
Users can select the type of information they want to see, for example, camera sites, proposed traffic orders or pay and display parking bays. Where the data changes over time, a date may be selected to view the historical situation at that time.
Simple queries such as 'where can I park?', are answered without initially providing too much detail. However, more information is available (from the underlying traffic order, for example) to allow TraffWeb users to answer their own detailed requests. This saves the time of authority staff and reduces the number of FoI applications.
Traffweb's open structure enables it to publish data from a wide range of sources and to be configured to address many different operational needs. It can connect to our ParkMap, AccsMap and LineMap packages, disseminating this data to a wider audience.
Bespoke solutions and new applications can be developed rapidly by our development team.
Our portal to our client’s sites.Trafficorders.uk
Our National accident site.Collisionmap.uk
The Fault Reporting application will help you achieve well maintained traffic signs and road markings essential for the enforcement of your Traffic Regulation Orders.
It can be deployed as an open application, for public use, or as a protected one, for use by civil enforcement officers and council staff. Enabling them to report on the condition of signs and markings or any other problems they spot relating to parking restrictions and other highway assets.
Once a fault is reported, back office staff will be able to access, prioritize and assign a status to it. As all active faults are shared, Enforcement officers can use their smart phones to check the status of a location prior to visiting it.Back Office application Demo
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