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Workshops & Events

Our calendar of events is included in each RTIG Newsletter, which is circulated monthly, You do not have to be a member to receive this: if you would like to be added to the list, please subscribe.

Forthcoming events (RTIG's own, or others with whom we have links) are listed in the events pages of this webpage. Please let us know if there is an event you think we should be involved in.

Following an event we make the slides, and for new events any recordings made, available for members who were unable to attend to be able to find out what was presented. If you are already a member please login and see the page Workshop Presentations in the members area. If you would like to be a member then you can find out more on the Become a Member page.
 

Some recent webinars are available to non-members, these are available from our  channel.

RTIG Future Structure & Governance Arrangements

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There are proposed changes to the legal structure of the organisation that you know as RTIG.

This event will, along with the paper that has been sent to members, outline the background to the current legal structures and outlines the proposed changes for your comment.

When changes have been discussed and consensus reached and ready to be progressed, we will need to hold an Extraordinary General Meeting of members to approve the changes.

Another event in September is planned for those who cannot make this August event.

Content Management System to Graphical Displays Interface Working Group

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The next workshop to further develop the CMS to Display Interface protocol will be on 18 August.

This will review the Part 3 document which has been revised following the last workshop.
A key area we would like to address is styling of individual components within a template.

There are also some adjustments that have been identified to Part 2 which we will review.

The workshop will be held on MS Teams.
 

Analyse Bus Open Data: Local authority workshop

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Analyse Bus Open Data (ABOD) is an extension service to the Bus Open Data Service (BODS), that provides free-to-access reporting and analytics to operators and authorities nationally.

The service is available now, providing a dashboard overview, feed monitoring, and on-time performance analyses. Further features and reports will be added over time.

This local authority focused workshop will explore some items currently on the development road map and seek to identify what new features and functions local authorities would like to see in ABODS.

Analyse Bus Open Data: Operator workshop

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Analyse Bus Open Data (ABOD) is an extension service to the Bus Open Data Service (BODS), that provides free-to-access reporting and analytics to operators and authorities nationally.

The service is available now, providing a dashboard overview, feed monitoring, and on-time performance analyses. Further features and reports will be added over time.

This operator focused workshop will explore some items currently on the development road map and seek to identify what new features and functions local authorities would like to see in ABODS.

Digital Twins - What are they?

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Digital twins are a virtual representation of a physical something which could be as simple as a drill or as complex as a city. The digital twin uses data, data analytics and machine learning to help simulation models that can be updated and changed (real-time) as their physical equivalents change. This allows different scenarios to be explored and tested before implementing them in the physical world.

This webinar will introduce the concept and explore they are already being used and start a conversation about how we can use them in public transport.

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