Software system

Minister of Transport signs contract for accident analysis software system | New

The Ministry of Transport and Mines has signed a contract with TRL Software to provide its online crash analysis software system, iMAAP, to help make the island’s roads safer.

Portfolio Minister Audley Shaw said the software will be used to provide the latest crash data storage, analysis and reporting techniques.

I will also allow improvements to be made to the road network to make it safer and save lives.

“It’s technology that works for all road users and stakeholders,” Shaw said.

Jamaica currently uses a paper-based crash data collection and analysis system, but the introduction of a state-of-the-art software system that allows automatic captioning of photos, videos and data will speed up the process. ‘to analyse.

About iMAAP

  • Enables road safety professionals to identify issues based on in-depth analyzes of crash data

  • Establishes security goals based on identified issues that are measurable, realistic, and time-bound

  • Plan countermeasure programs, associated costs and timelines; implement and monitor programs and periodically check progress

  • Evaluates the effectiveness of all interventions implemented.

Shaw encourages Jamaicans to follow road safety rules to protect themselves and other road users.

“We have to make sure that we take responsibility for our lives and for others,” he said while calling on male drivers in particular to obey traffic rules, adding that they account for most road accidents. the road.

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