Road Corridor Safety Assessments Seminar

In-person & Virtual
83 Pirie Street, Adelaide

Hear about AusRAP, use of Anditi AI for smarter and safer road corridors using AiRAP, and mobile LiDAR and road corridor imagery capture.


Come and hear Peter, Tony and Matthew’s interesting presentations on AusRAP, Catalysing the use of AI for smarter and safer road corridors using AiRAP, and maximising investment returns in mobile LiDAR and road corridor imagery capture.

Venue kindly provided by the Department for Infrastructure and Transport, at Sixth floor Seminar Room, 83 Pirie Street, Adelaide, SA.

A light lunch will be provided from 12:30pm with the presentation commencing around 1:00pm.

About the presenters:

Peter Jamieson is Founder and Managing Director of Anditi and has over thirty years’ experience in the use of geospatial and remote sensing data for infrastructure and asset assessment, environmental and natural resource assessment and management, research and engineering design. With his background in engineering and spatial data analytics combined with iRAP accreditation in Coding, Peter is a driving force behind the creation and evolution of AiRAP and is a key author of the AiRAP data dictionary and processes.

Tony Campbell – Head of Business Development: Following 15 years overseas in leadership positions across Singapore, UK, and New Zealand for media and technology companies including Microsoft, Tony returned to Australia and took up the position of head of Business Development at Anditi at the start of 2021. Having previously led major global and regional product launches for brands including Windows, Surface and Lego, Tony’s passion for identifying opportunities in new and existing markets and working across a variety of cultures and sectors provides the perfect foundation to work together with all road safety and asset management stakeholders to maximise the knowledge and opportunities that can be gained from the use of mobile LiDAR and AI in road corridors.

Matthew Vertudaches is Senior Traffic Engineer at the Royal Automobile Association (SA) where he leads road infrastructure safety assessment activities on behalf of RAA’s almost 800,000 members. Matthew is passionate about road safety in a South Australian context, and has qualifications in undertaking road safety audits, safe system assessments and AusRAP star ratings.

ACRS members – free       Non-members – free

Please RSVP to attend in person by registering at Eventbrite.

Alternatively, you may wish to attend online by registering at this Microsoft Teams link.

(Please note prior registration is required).