PIE will be showcasing its revolutionary Freight Gateway, an online system launched in 2012 that allows Local Authorities to provide live map-based road information to freight operators.
“Having made real progress in developing public sector relationships last year, this conference will allow us to show councils how our technology helps them meet the demands of their Local Transport Plans,” said Freddie Talberg, CEO, PIE Mapping.
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Notes to editors
PIE specialises in routing, mapping and data processing for commercial vehicle fleets, local authorities and private business. PIE also developed www.londonlorrycontrol.com, which helps hauliers comply with the London Lorry Control Scheme’s Excluded Road Network.
Since 2004, PIE has been collating and processing road network data specific to commercial vehicle movements in London and across the UK. We collect data from more than 470 local authority organisations.
PIE also collaborated with Transport for London (TfL) to create Freight Journey Planner (ww.freightplanner.tfl.gov.uk)
In 2012, PIE worked with the London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) to develop the Games Journey Family Planner to help manage the navigation of Games Family members throughout the Olympics.