Flexibile, extensibile, and user-friendly
OnSafety™Safety Portal 2.0
A comprehensive analysis and reporting engine built for Department of Transportation safety professionals.
Integrate and Analyze Your Roadways and Crash Data with a State-of-the-Art COTS Solution
The OnSafety™ Safety Portal provides an integrated set of software tools that access, cleanse, analyze, and display safety-related data in an efficient and user-intuitive manner.
Manage your crash & roadway data
Customize business rules for crash data collection, extraction, integration, and implementation of quality control measures for a complete, integrated safety management system.
Extract actionable information
The Safety Portal is tuned for the Safety professional’s use. Users make more meaningful, informative queries using custom crash factors (for persons and units) that will extend your crash model.
Present data in meaningful ways
Display crash data in ways that help both non-technical users and advanced analysts and decision-makers understand and identify roadway safety issues (what, how bad, where) and potential treatments.
Make best use of your State's resources
Evaluate potential countermeasures for traffic safety, engineering, and enforcement to achieve crash reductions; then assess the effectiveness of the actions that were taken.
Timely, Accurate, Complete.
Manage your crash data with a fully integrated Safety Portal
With ITIS’ cloud-based single sign-on Safety Portal, analysts and engineers can easily query and edit a large number of datasets, using powerful tools to integrate spatial presentations using built-in data quality controls.
OnSafety™ Safety Portal is a comprehensive enterprise-wide system for managing all crash data and related data elements, using Oracle’s multi-model database management system.
Access to an explicit inventory of your intersections not only fulfills the Model Inventory of Roadway Elements (MIRE) FDE requirements, but provides valuable benefits in supporting decision maker’s informed safety analysis and safety management work.
While the DOT often works with route identifiers, law enforcement and the general public are more familiar with publicly visible roadway names. Our clients have found a complete inventory of roadway names to be useful in crash reporting and safety analysis.
A statewide inventory of roadway facility types is useful when performing comparisons against things like statewide averages of crashes at all intersections of the same facility type, or average incidence of the crash and involved-person factors, by facility type.
Specialized Study Datasets
Improve the safety of your roadways by analyzing specialized data sets, for example, crashes occurring during recognized Holiday periods, or crashes within proximity of Alcohol establishment locations and within proximity of a school zone.
Integrating with Outside Datasources
The OnSafety™ Portal can consume other datasets that are not actively managed from within it:
- The Linear Reference System and associated GIS polygons (cities, counties, DOT districts, etc.)
- Roadway features (traffic volumes, geometrics, signals, striping, etc.)
- Citations (related to traffic safety violations)
Integrating Legacy Crash Data
Is your state dealing with a backlog of old crash data, paper records, or data that can’t be imported into your current Safety Management System?
Our engineers have developed various interfaces to retrieve and store crash data from a multitude of external sources. These interfaces use sophisticated techniques to perform data extraction, manipulation, and scrubbing to migrate legacy crash data into the OnSafety™ Safety Portal 2.0 for easy access, management, and advanced analysis.
The OnSafety™ Safety Portal supports a variety of data analysis mechanisms.
- Highway Safety Manual (HSM) Predictive modeling
- Sophisticated safety scoring methodology
- Comparative analysis
- Crash concentration identification and mapping
- Network screening
- Over-representations of crash types
- Frequency distributions
- Interactive (ad-hoc) querying and reporting through an easy-to-use interface.
- Rich integrated reports, bringing together calculations, graphs, maps, and tables
- Featuring ready-to-publish reports that can be run and distributed on-demand
The OnSafety™ Portal makes use of an integrated Safety Management System that encourages:
- Department-wide collaboration between programs and regions/districts
- Application of the federal safety performance management principles
- Optimization of crash reductions achievable with available resources and funding