Safecote and Gaist have entered into a new data sharing partnership which is designed to improve winter service delivery and asset management planning.
Designed to transform the winter industry for local authorities and contractors, councils will now be able to access direct, aggregated data on the road user experience to support their winter strategies, giving them valuable additional intelligence to keep their roads safe.
Gaist’s unique data provision can now be accessed from Safecote through the BM Road Service System, or independently to offer dynamic datasets never seen before in the winter service market.
Mark Dutton, Managing Director at Safecote, said: “Our collaboration with Gaist provides a completely new offering to the winter maintenance industry – fresh data on demand that will deliver a step change in the way we provide winter service. This is the way forward to enable even more successful winter planning and live monitoring.We are excited to be a part of this project with industry-leading partners Gaist.”
Gaist are pleased to partner with Safecote Limited – an innovative winter service solutions company with Europe-wide links who have provided vital solutions to public and private industry for almost 20 years.
Christina Liassides, Senior Consultant at Gaist Professional Services, added: “Both Gaist and Safecoate have a long pedigree of providing clients with the best intelligence, innovation and products available.Our collaboration brings new dynamic data to winter maintenance:rich information across the gritting network which will help with better planning and provision of this vital public service.”
Local Council Roads Innovation Group (LCRIG) members and the wider sector can now register for a webinar which will examine how the use of data can improve winter service delivery and asset management planning.
The partnership, between Gaist and Safecote, will be covered at the event which is taking place at 11am on Wednesday 7 July, You can find more details here
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