Date: 9:30-12:30 Monday 29 October 2018 [registration begins at 9:00am, lunch will be provided
Location: Chevron Room, Faculty of Engineering University of Indonesia, Kampus Baru Universitas Indonesia, Depok 16424, Jawa Barat, Indonesia
GPS coordinates: 6°21'44.0"S 106°49'27.1"E
Google Map: LINK
Direction by Train: Take KRL Commuter Line Train, exit at Universitas Indonesia Station, take university shuttle buses and stop at Faculty of Engineering
Fee: FREE OF CHARGE but RSVP required
Local Cost Host: University of Indonesia
- University of Indonesia: Dr. R.M. Sandyanto Adityosulindro, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Citilabs – Luke Cheng, email@example.com
Thanks to the support of Department of Civil Engineering of University of Indonesia, I am pleased to invite all interested friends to join us in University of Indonesia for this informative FREE Seminar. The purpose of this seminar is to introduce Citilabs Cube and its latest innovations in providing mobility analytics to assist both public agencies and private business in PREDICT, MEASURE and MANAGE movements of people, goods and vehicles.
The program will include local presentations on Cube, a comprehensive transportation and land use planning tool box integrated with ArcGIS for macroscopic, mesoscopic and microscope traffic analysis as well as forecasting passenger and goods movements. Citilabs latest innovations in mobility analytics will also be shared. These innovations include:
- Streetlytics – This is a Data Fusion Engine, processing data to cultivate the most realistic picture of personal travel. This not only includes the auto volumes on every roadway and public transport volumes, but also the origins and destinations of these individuals. Transportation data comes in various formats and sources. Streetlytics assimilates this data to produce one cohesive dataset for users to interface with.
- Sugar Access – This is an accessibility analysis tool for multi-modal accessibility to specific types of valued destinations as jobs, schools, medical services, grocery stores and much more. It is an effective tool for analyzing walkability and bike path planning focusing on accessibility of walking and biking to important destinations. Sugar Access is currently being used in the US to prioritize transportation projects and to predict modal split, actively influencing policy leading to lowering the vehicle miles traveled.
- FLOW – This is a comprehensive platform for planning, operating and managing public transportation services. It provides a practical and effective digital replica of any bus and rail service and readily available operational level report on ridership. revenue and passenger trips at stops/stations, routes and system level. It also comes with an emulation function for scenario planning.
I look forward to seeing many of you in Jakarta in October. If you have any question, please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Regional Director – Asia