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(TROs & TMOs)Road collision
Traffic sign and road marking design and recordingRouting, street inventory mapping
Map-based road casualty recording and analysis
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Click to view any of the documents below, most of which we have had a part in authoring or publishing or are implemented in our software.
They are PDF files under 1 Mb unless stated otherwise. They are either hosted here or are links to the organisations that publish them.
ARTSM Guidance on specifying Traffic Signs
co-authored by Buchanan Computing
DfT Formula for calculating the x-height of a sign
(as implemented in SignPlot v2.6 and above).
The following are installation programs for software that we supply free of charge. They require you to log-on to download them, but a guest registration is available to anyone (see panel, right).
SignPlot Sign Illumination Tool
For TSRGD 2016. Answers that tricky question: “Does this sign legally need lighting or reflectorisation?”
For steel support design of traffic signs to BS EN 12899-1:2007.
Checks also for passive safety to BS EN 12767:2007.
New: version 3.4 covers multiple signs on the same structure.
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