It provides instant access to information and flexibility during analysis and reporting that could make trawling through numerous hard copy reports and spreadsheets a thing of the past. SurveyMap was developed in association with Colin Buchanan and The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.
PARKING SURVEY FINDINGS
ON STREET PARKING SUPPLY
SurveyMap Analysis Features
The system enables the user to undertake very flexible and detailed analysis and reporting of their survey data to identify supply and demand, including the following:
Selection of areas for analysis
Categories for analysis
Occupancy calculated based on either (a) parked vehicles or (b) actual available space for parking.
Analysis at the Regulation level
If parking regulations are mapped into the system, and/or ParkMap data transcribed, the capability exists to input and analyse data at a more detailed Regulation level i.e. every individual section of parking regulation on a street. The length (m) of each section, used to calculate occupancy during analysis, is captured directly from the map.
Map parking regulations direct from a traffic order system
It is simple to draw and reference your proposed or current parking regulations on the map, and/or link in your existing ParkMap data.
This is not a requirement however, and with the exception of analysis at the Regulation level, you can still use the system to analyse parking data from surveyed streets.
Findings can be displayed on-screen in information tables, or as detailed reports, which can then be saved as Word or Crystal Reports documents or exported to Excel. OS maps of parking supply can be viewed on screen with a Key for all restrictions, and printed to any scale and on any paper size. These maps can be colour coded based on different criteria such as: levels of occupancy on sections of restriction or streets/sections of streets, for any selection of regulation types required (for example residents' bays only) and for set time periods of interest (overnight or daytime etc).
SurveyMap has facilities to connect to other systems and to link to external data sources. As a member of the TraffMap suite of traffic engineering systems, SurveyMap can be used to view many types of information simultaneously. Base mapping may be read from most GIS servers. Data import and export to standard formats protects the security and value of the investment made in assembling data, as well as providing interoperability with almost any other GIS including internet and intranet systems. An NSG-compliant or other gazetteer may be linked, and its references automatically incorporated into SurveyMap data.
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