Joining the Dots’ RSGB National Analysts Conference

Birmingham, Austin Court - 3rd March 2020

Joining the Dots is the national conference for the road safety data analyst community and is hosted by Road Safety GB. The conference, which will be organised by Road Safety GB in partnership with Agilysis, has now become established as an annual event and is gearing up to return for 2020, on 3rd March at Austin Court, Birmingham

Our ambition for these conferences remains one of influencing and supporting the work of both data client and data analyst - and I’m confident each will find a great deal of value on the 2020 agenda.

Jeremy Phillips, Research Director, RSGB

Session 1: Strategy and Data Pathways

09:00

Registration

09:55

TBC

Welcome

10:00

Ian Knowles, Department for Transport

Keynote Speaker


10:15

Seema Yalamanchili, Imperial College London and Imperial College Healthcare Trust

Road Traffic Injury and Big Data

10:30

Catherine Mottram, Department of Transport

Age and Road Safety

10:45

Caroline Wallbank, Transport Research Laboratory

TBC

11:15

Q&A Session


11.15 - 11.30

Break


Session 2:

11:30

Paul Coward, RAC Breakdown

Vehicle Data Use


11:50

Heather Ward, University College London and Bruce Walton, Agilysis

How Big is our Grey Fleet

12:10

Choose from 4

Breakout Session 1

• Demo of New DfT API (Luke Vincent, Data Engineer, Statistics and Freight, DfT) • Power BI Dashboards (Marie Woltman) • Collision App (Joe Stordy TfL) with ESRI Dashboard demo (Agilysis) • Collision Prediction and Intervention Evaluation Decision Support Tool (Neil Thorpe, University of Newcastle)

12:45 - 13:30

Lunch


Session 3: Data Science

13:30

TBC

Data Science Accelerator Programme - What Can Data Science Do For You As An Analyst?

13:45

Richard Owen, Agilysis

Road Danger Reduction Methodology


13:55

Andy Dollin, Tonic Analytics

Galileo Programme - Demo

14:10

Q&A Session

14:30

Choose

Breakout Session 2

· Demo of the CRASH app and PRONTO (Katherine Williamson, DfT) · Methods of communication and examples of practice: Microsoft Teams, SLACK. Using Teams to share information about stats 19 data (Marie Woltman) · R demo session (Agilysis)

15.00 - 15.15

Break


Session 4: Further Afield

15:15

Manuelle Salathe, French Road Safety Observatory

Results of the Change in Rural Speed Limits in France

15:30

Nick Hughes, Lancashire CC

GIS online system for assessing speed complaints using trafficmaster speed data and police collision information


15:45

Brian Lawton, IRF & James Bradford, IRAP

IRAP star ratings and dedicated version of star rating product aimed locally at schools

16:00

Katherine Williamson, DfT

STATS19 Review

16:15

Q&A Session

Champions Network / Analysts Network / Slack and Wrap Up

Close