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Multi-modal Network Webinar recording available – September 2021

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The webinar provides an introduction to the Multi-modal framework concept as a stepping stone to a digital future providing a network model to better understand customer levels of service.

Download video transcript [DOCX, 126 KB]

 

Presenters

  • David Darwin, Lead Advisor Investment Planning and AMDS Business Owner, Waka Kotahi
  • Jeremy Gulson, Geospatial Manager & Manager Business Intelligence Direction, Waka Kotahi
  • Elke Beca, Technical Principal - Data & Analytics, WSP 

Discussions focus around on-road and off-road network’s enabling routability and navigation. Also highlighted is the scope under this framework to segue to the digital twin space, enable real time connection, and link to other infrastructure partners in the sector eg Water, Telco’s.

The One Network Framework (ONF) and The Asset Management Data Standard (AMDS) are included as use cases with the model providing a network to better enable ONF and AMDS providing a common language for data that will enable standardisation of measurements or description of assets and activities in ONF.

The purpose of the session is to raise awareness of the framework, generate discussion and use cases from the audience to ascertain how current challenges can be supported and what are the limitations. With the framework being at concept stage, it will develop over time and all sector insights and inputs are encouraged. 

Please email amds@nzta.govt.nz with feedback or use cases.