Dale Harris Awarded Esri Technical Certification

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Posted by on 20 April 2015


We are proud to announce that Dale Harris has recently been awarded Esri Technical Certification, which recognises superior skill levels utilising Esri’s software for geographic information systems (GIS).

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New Zealand Esri Users Group Christchurch Conference

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Posted by on 6 March 2015

Kurt Janssen (NZEUG President) and Natalie Scott (NZEUG Commitee Member) of Interpret are busy organising the 2015 Esri Users Group Christchurch Regional Conference. This conference will be held at the YMCA in Christchurch on March 30th. Be sure to head along as this is an event you dont want to miss. If you don't live in Christchurch but would be interested in attending one of the Conferences, click here to find out more information on the other Esri User Group Conferences being held around New Zealand. 

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Interpret Spatial Party


Posted by on 16 December 2014


Last Tuesday (9th December) Interpret opened its doors to those in the Spatial Community for drinks and nibbles. Thanks to all who attended it was a great night with a large turnout and lots of laughter.  The Interpret staff would like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

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Christmas Shutdown

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Posted by on 3 December 2014

Interpret Geospatial Solutions office will close at 5pm Tuesday 23rd December and reopen at 9am on Monday 5 January.

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Dale win's Road Safety Poster Award at recent ARSPRE Conference

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Posted by on 26 November 2014

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Dale Harris recently attended the Australasian Road Safety Research, Policing and Education Conference (ARSPRE) in Melbourne, where she took out the award for “Road Safety Poster Award”. This prize is awarded to recognize the poster that reflects a completed safety programme, campaign or research project. The focus of Dale’s poster was on developing a Risk Prediction Model that understood the road hazards on low- volume rural roads. . The winning poster can be viewed here. Congratulations once again Dale. 

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End of Year Social Gathering


Posted by on 5 November 2014


It's that time of year again where our social calendars are becoming full with Christmas get togethers. If you consider yourself to have a 'spatial' affiliation then this is the gathering for you! Block out from 4pm, Tuesday 9th December Interpret's End of Year Social Function. Drinks and nibbles will be provided, so if this sounds like your kind of gathering, let Kurt Janssen know by the 5th December via email - kurt.janssen@interpret.co.nz. We look forward to seeing you there

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Abstract accepted for 2015 IPENZ Transportation Group Conference

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Posted by on 4 November 2014


We are delighted to accounce that Dale Harris' abstract has been accepted for the IPENZ Transportation Group Conference being held in Christchurch from 22-24 March 2015. Dale's abstract focuses on "Developing a Risk Prediction Model for a Safe System Signature Project".Congratulations Dale. 

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Natalie Scott Awarded Esri Technical Certification

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Posted by on 7 October 2014


We are proud to announce that Natalie Scott has recently been awarded Esri Technical Certification, which recognises superior skill levels utilising Esri’s software for geographic information systems (GIS). Natalie was awarded the ArcGIS Desktop Associate Certification.

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Esri User Conference great success for Interpret

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Posted by on 22 August 2014


The team from Interpret returned from the Esri User Conference full of enthusiasm and new knowledge gained at the conference.  The Interpret booth was well attended with the lego USBs being in great demand.  The lego theme was carried through to the Interpret presentations and dress for the conference dinner.  The winner of the 8 hours of free consultancy time was Robert Flintoff from Transfield.

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R & D funding approved


Posted by on 21 August 2014

We are delighted to announce that Abley Transportation Consultants is the recipient of a R & D Student grant provided by Callaghan Innovation, as announced today by Science an Innovation Minister Steven Joyce.  The grant allows Abley, under its GIS banner Interpret Geospatial Solutions, to employ a student intern to undertake research and development in the road safety area.  The project looks to develop a Journey Planner that allows users to optimise their trips by the safest route.  GIS-based tools will be used to develop a model to calculate the road safety risk.  We are presently looking to employ a student who is studying in the area of GIS.  More information on this position can be downloaded from here.

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