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Collision Diagram Module (Item# A-02)

Or Collision Diagram Non-GIS Module (Item# B-01)

 

Figure A-02: Collision Diagram

 

Features:

         It plots collision diagram according to your data and coding definitions.

         You can specify location to be plotted by clicking on the map, by picking from a list of street names and intersections, or by entering the street names.

         You can label each collision with any or all of the following: date, time, day of week, weather, pavement condition, accident identification number, vehicle travel directions and collision type. The label is in English description, because it converts the codes for weather, pavement condition, vehicle travel directions and collision types into English.

         It has a drawing/editing tool for adding texts, symbols, lines, circles, rectangles, polygons, etc.

         You can query any field in the data and plot only those collisions according to the query.

         It produces many reports, including:

          A list of all records of the selected location.

          A list of records from which collision diagram cannot be plotted (good for checking coding error).

          A yearly report, including number of accidents, injuries, fatalities and pedestrian accidents.

          A report by collision type, with collision type codes converted into English.

          A report by causes of collision, with collision cause codes converted into English.

          A report by day of week

         It saves the diagram and reports as files in various formats to be used by other software.

         It prints the diagram and reports in printer or plotter.

         If you order the Accident Report Image Module (Item A-11), when you click a plotted symbol, it will display the scanned accident report image on the screen (see Figure A-11A).

 

Collision Diagram Non-GIS Module (Item# B-01):

It has all features as listed above, except that you cannot select locations from map. You can order this module as separate software without the Main Module.


Additional Features To Facilitate Accuracy, Starting June, 2007:

         After plotting the collision diagram, you can click a button to get a summary report about the collision type, travel direction of each vehicle, turning movement of each vehicle, along with date and accident ID for each accident.

         If any information is missing or wrong in this summary report, you can make corrections directly on the screen.

         After you have made the corrections, just click another button, AIMS will re-plot the collision diagram according to the corrections.

         You can click another button and supply proper passwords to save the corrections permanently (or you can print the corrected summary and ask your maintenance person to make the corrections). Otherwise the corrections are only reflected in the current session (that is, if you exit the current session, the accident records remain unchanged).

         You can click a button to re-label each plotted collision. For example, you can label each collision with date, time, day of week, weather, pavement condition, collision type, each vehicle's travel direction and accident ID for checking purpose, then re-label them with date, time and weather only for production purpose.

         As a result, you can easily verify if AIMS has plotted the collisions correctly, and you can easily correct your data.

 

 

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