ITIS Corp is pleased to introduce the
OnSafety™ Safety Portal 2.0
A comprehensive analysis and reporting engine built for Department of Transportation Safety professionals.
Confidently make data-driven decisions with the most comprehensive Safety engine in the industry
OnSafety™ Safety Portal 2.0 empowers your team to explore, understand, and make informed decisions with all of your state’s crash-related data, using a single integrated safety management system.
No Hassle Licensing
The OnSafety™ Safety Portal is a cloud-based Enterprise system, available with statewide licenses, and 15+ integrated modules that access, cleanse, analyze, and display safety-related data for a truly complete Safety solution.
Full Highway Safety Manual (HSM) Implementation
Reduce the frequency and severity of automotive crashes with OnSafety™ Safety Portal’s included Safety Performance Functions (or plug in your own SPFs).
Automated Crash Geolocation
Optional dynamic location of crash instances is possible for three referencing types: latitude and longitude, milepost, and intersection offset. The OnSafety™ Geolocator locates crashes with accuracies approaching 100%.
Make Timely, Informed Traffic Safety Decisions
The OnSafety™ Portal is the most comprehensive safety analysis and decision-support system available in the industry. It supports the full range of activities and capabilities required to help State and local highway agencies make decisions that reduce the frequency and severity of crashes on public roadways.
Easily Access, Analyze, and Display Your Safety Data
The OnSafety™ Safety Portal is cloud-hosted and browser-based, with a flexible, extensible architecture—it is adaptable and ready to meet changing state and federal Safety reporting requirements. Our safety portal boasts a single integrated framework that hosts an array of related Safety solutions—all designed with the DOT Safety user’s needs in mind.
Making traffic safety resource decisions doesn’t have to be hard.
As recommended by the Federal Highway Association (FHWA) and the American Association of State Highway Transportation Officials (AASHTO), the OnSafety™ Safety Portal uses the Highway Safety Manual (HSM) predictive method to better quantify the frequency and severity of crashes expected to occur without intervention or improvements, as well as quantifying expected future crashes for consideration and decisions support in road planning, design, construction, operation, and maintenance.