After nearly two decades of developing analytical platforms and solutions for the public sector, we have now carefully crafted packages of products to meet the needs of every user.
ACUITY brings together the very best road safety and active travel data tools, minimising data handling, reducing the analytical workload and allowing you to focus on applying insights that will make a difference.
Whichever package you go for, ACUITY allows you to harness market leading technologies at affordable prices, with discounts ranging from 15-25% on list prices. And if you take out an ACUITY 3-year plan, that will lock in a further 5% saving.
ACUITY includes established award-winning technologies such as MASTonline, CrashMap and the Active Streets Assessment Tool, along with updated and innovative methodologies now underpinning tools such as RiskMap, Speed Compliance Dashboard and the Site Selection Tool.
Every one of these solutions has been developed with client authorities, working to ensure that they have the detailed information and actionable insights to delivery high quality road safety programmes.
Agilysis have been supplying local roads collision analysis for a number of years with customers from local authorities across the UK. Our methodologies have been honed by constant conversations with end users and an increased use of cutting-edge technology. We have brought together the best of our services and expertise to provide a scaleable packaged service to suit Local Authority needs.
Our data is regularly updated and comes form reliable sources, and we are also able to incorportate custom data supplied by clients subject to negotiation.
Overcoming some complex historical and geographical challenges by tackling the national STATS19 dataset, users can now compare performance with other areas, examine collision migration and crucially, start to understand resident risk; putting citizens at the heart of the analysis.
CrashMap Pro is delivered using the ESRI ArCGIS Online platform and provides access to information about user groups and vehicles involved in collisions and their locations on roads across Great Britain, or in your local authority area.
Each potential site is ranked and users can re-run the analysis using varying criteria to see which are the best fit for their requirements.
Its purpose is to provide the commissioner with a deeper insight into any issues that are of interest or of concern that have emerged from an Area Profile or if someone is well aware of their issue, i.e. Liverpool knows that it is worst in the country for adult pedestrians, so an Area Profile is an unnecessary starting point. Ideally, we advise that an Area Profile should be the starting point (in order to avoid issues going unnoticed or assumptions being made) and that Insight should follow.
One of the key responsibilities of local authorities and police forces is to review locations where there are high collision rates. Understanding which roads are high-risk and which are safer than average is difficult without access to large datasets, and a comprehensive set of analytcial tools. RiskMap provides quick and easy-to-interpret answers which has attracted attention from many clients in different sectors keen to see place-based risk analysis on roads, near trasnport hubs, or for individual road user groups.