Bristol, United Kingdom, 24 January 2005: Exor, the leading provider of highways management software, today announced a series of UK seminars to address the individual needs of Authorities and Utilities in response to the Traffic Management Act (TMA).
The full day UK regional seminars are designed to provide an overview on how the TMA will impact on business operations, highlight the potential financial implications, the challenges to existing IT systems, the move towards a National Street Gazetteer Level 3 implementation, interoperability and above all to educate all those involved with TMA implementation.
Discussing the seminars Steve Smith CEO of Exor said: “The TMA seminar programme will deal with some of the mission critical elements of the act and its implications. The aim is to provide an open environment where organisations can interact and openly discuss the issues and be advised on some of the actions they must now set in motion if they are going to comply with the new legislation.
“The TMA is one of the most profound changes to road space management, including utility openings, and traffic disruption in the UK for several decades. Many of us are still in the dark as to it impact on our businesses. Attendance at this seminar programme will help those decision makers and implementers clarify the situation, identify key aims and objectives and ultimately understand how they can meet them in a timely and cost effective manner.”
The Scottish Parliament is driving forward it’s own Traffic Management Bill and the Edinburgh event will specifically address Scottish requirements.
TMA Seminar Programme:
– Free Seminar Day – limited availability
– Feb/March 2005
– Newcastle 13/04/05 Authority
– Manchester 12/04/05 Authority
– Bristol 13/04/05 Authority
– London 14/04/05 Authority
– London Date 15/04/05 Utility
– Edinburgh 04/05/05 Authority
– Speakers from leading Authorities/Utilities
– Impact of the TMA on authorities/utilities
– The roles and duties of the new Network Manager
– ETON working party insight
– Integration of systems such as Noticing and Works ordering
– Location of works on the National Street Gazetteer
– Technical requirements to comply with legislation
– For an application pack e-mail: TMA@exorcorp.com or visit www.exor.co.uk
By attending the seminars delegates will learn directly from industry experts how others are approaching and preparing for business issues arising out of the TMA.
Exor Corporation was founded in 1995 and is a global provider of asset management software solutions for network centric infrastructure industries. Exor established its operating base in highways management and is rapidly expanding into other strategic markets including rail, water, power distribution and oil & gas. Based on world-class Oracle technology Exor provides clients with a modular approach to their individual technology needs. Exor Corporation operates worldwide in Europe, North America and Asia/Pacific. Exor systems manage 1,000,000 miles of roads with an asset value in excess of $75 billion (USD).
For more information contact Alun Hunt; Exor Marcomms Officer, email@example.com or call: +44 (0)117 900 6200