Conferences

2019

The Traffic Records User Conference is a one-day conference held at the LSU Business Education Complex, with registration beginning at 7:30 a.m. and ending by 3:00 p.m. Conference presentations are geared towards law enforcement and other traffic records data users and stakeholders. Many sessions will focus on data use and visualizations to offer relatable examples of data-driven decision making for safety improvements. The Traffic Records User Conference is a one-day conference held at the LSU Business Education Complex, with registration beginning at 7:30 a.m. and ending by 3:00 p.m. Conference presentations are geared towards law enforcement and other traffic records data users and stakeholders. Many sessions will focus on data use and visualizations to offer relatable examples of data-driven decision making for safety improvements. More information is available on the conference webpage.

2018

Conference Cancelled

2017

The Louisiana Traffic Records Coordinating Committee (LATRCC) recently hosted the 2017 Traffic Records User Conference on October 19, 2017 with the assistance of the HSRG. Previously the HSRG’s LACRASH User Luncheon, the HSRG worked with the LATRCC to expand the day-long conference to include more highway safety data systems and users across the state. At the day-long conference, highway safety researchers, public health officials, emergency responders, traffic engineers, and other traffic records users gathered at the LSU Business Education Complex to discuss various research studies, safety projects, and improvements throughout Louisiana. Presentations included:

  • Report from the state crime lab on emerging drugs of abuse and impairment trends
  • The importance of data quality
  • Updates on LADRIVING (the state’s electronic DWI arrest reporting system)
  • Discussion regarding upcoming TRCC projects and trainings.
  • Louisiana Transportation Conference

2016

Presentations

  • Drugged Driving in Louisiana - Helmut Schneider
  • Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP) Dashboards - Cory Hutchinson
  • Crash Data Location Lessons Learned - Jeff Dickey

Connecticut Peer Exchange Program

Presentations

  • Integration of Roadway and Crash Data for GIS Analysis - Cory Hutchinson
  • Using Tableau to Build Dashboards for Analyzing Crash Data - Cory Hutchinson

2015

Tableau User Group

Presentation

  • Using Tableau to Reach Destination Zero Deaths - Mark Verret

Association of Transportation Safety Information Professionals

Presentations

  • Using Tableau to Build Dashboards - Cory Hutchinson
  • Using GIS to Create Severity Weighted Crash Maps - Jeff Dickey
  • Analyzing Injury Levels Using Bayesian Networks - Cory Hutchinson
  • Tracking Data Quality by Police Agency - Jennifer Deroche
  • Using Tableau to Build Dashboards for Analyzing Crash Data - Cory Hutchinson
  • TRCC Roundtable - Karla Houston
  • HSRG Advances in Crash Data Analysis via GIS - Bethany Campbell and Jeff Dickey

2014

Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting

Presentation

  • A Model of Storm Surge Inundation of Louisiana Evacuation Routes - Jeff Dickey

International Forum on Traffic Records and Highway Information Systems

Presentations

  • Excel Walkthrough - Cory Hutchinson & Mark Verret
  • GIS Walkthrough - Jeff Dickey & Bethany Campbell
  • A Geographic Information Systems Based Location Information Correction Framework for Crash Records - Omer Soysal
  • Roadway and Crash Data Processing with a Geographic Information System and Excel - Jeff Dickey
  • Local Road Crash Analysis and Mapping - Bethany Campbell

2013

International Forum on Traffic Records and Highway Information Systems

Presentations

  • Analyzing and Reporting Crash Data Utilizing the Latest Microsoft Products - Cory Hutchinson, Mark Verret & Manoj Manda
  • Increasing Data Accessibility Using Data Visualization - Cory Hutchinson & Bethany Campbell

Awards

  • Best Practices (Winner) - Data Visualization, Crash Data Infographics

SQL Saturday #234

Presentations

  • SQL 2012 OLAP vs Tabular Model - Cory Hutchinson