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NRSC launches road safety information management

Sat, 26 July 2014 19:59
by Charmaine Ngatjiheue
News Flash

The National Roads Safety Council (NRSC) has launched a new Road Safety Information Management system (RSIMS).

Speaking at the launch yesterday Mureithi Runji, Senior Software Engineer who developed the system, Windhoek has the highest accident rates.

Runji noted that the new system will be used to track the history of a vehicle, “If you want to buy a second hand car with this system you can find out the history of the car, for example when it was in an accident”.

The Executive Secretary of National Road Safety Council Eugene Tendekule added that the new system is a surveillance system and it is developed to respond to user specifications.

“This system is unique to Namibia and it is user friendly and responds to our needs. It can track the history of a car, giving one their own judgement of the vehicle and it also gives the history of the driver. There is a security mechanism build into the system,” he said.

He added that, “It was redesigned to enable systematic and on-going online collection, analysis, interpretation and dissemination of accident information for planning, research and individual consumption. It is web based and capable of interfacing with stakeholder systems”. NRSC launches road safety information management

Charmaine Ngatjiheue

The National Roads Safety Council (NRSC) has launched a new Road Safety Information Management system (RSIMS).

Speaking at the launch yesterday Mureithi Runji, Senior Software Engineer who developed the system, Windhoek has the highest accident rates.

Runji noted that the new system will be used to track the history of a vehicle, “If you want to buy a second hand car with this system you can find out the history of the car, for example when it was in an accident”.

The Executive Secretary of National Road Safety Council Eugene Tendekule added that the new system is a surveillance system and it is developed to respond to user specifications.

“This system is unique to Namibia and it is user friendly and responds to our needs. It can track the history of a car, giving one their own judgement of the vehicle and it also gives the history of the driver. There is a security mechanism build into the system,” he said.

He added that, “It was redesigned to enable systematic and on-going online collection, analysis, interpretation and dissemination of accident information for planning, research and individual consumption. It is web based and capable of interfacing with stakeholder systems”. NRSC launches road safety information management

Charmaine Ngatjiheue

The National Roads Safety Council (NRSC) has launched a new Road Safety Information Management system (RSIMS).

Speaking at the launch yesterday Mureithi Runji, Senior Software Engineer who developed the system, Windhoek has the highest accident rates.

Runji noted that the new system will be used to track the history of a vehicle, “If you want to buy a second hand car with this system you can find out the history of the car, for example when it was in an accident”.

The Executive Secretary of National Road Safety Council Eugene Tendekule added that the new system is a surveillance system and it is developed to respond to user specifications.

“This system is unique to Namibia and it is user friendly and responds to our needs. It can track the history of a car, giving one their own judgement of the vehicle and it also gives the history of the driver. There is a security mechanism build into the system,” he said.

He added that, “It was redesigned to enable systematic and on-going online collection, analysis, interpretation and dissemination of accident information for planning, research and individual consumption. It is web based and capable of interfacing with stakeholder systems”. NRSC launches road safety information management

Charmaine Ngatjiheue

The National Roads Safety Council (NRSC) has launched a new Road Safety Information Management system (RSIMS).

Speaking at the launch yesterday Mureithi Runji, Senior Software Engineer who developed the system, Windhoek has the highest accident rates.

Runji noted that the new system will be used to track the history of a vehicle, “If you want to buy a second hand car with this system you can find out the history of the car, for example when it was in an accident”.

The Executive Secretary of National Road Safety Council Eugene Tendekule added that the new system is a surveillance system and it is developed to respond to user specifications.

“This system is unique to Namibia and it is user friendly and responds to our needs. It can track the history of a car, giving one their own judgement of the vehicle and it also gives the history of the driver. There is a security mechanism build into the system,” he said.

He added that, “It was redesigned to enable systematic and on-going online collection, analysis, interpretation and dissemination of accident information for planning, research and individual consumption. It is web based and capable of interfacing with stakeholder systems”. NRSC launches road safety information management

Charmaine Ngatjiheue

The National Roads Safety Council (NRSC) has launched a new Road Safety Information Management system (RSIMS).

Speaking at the launch yesterday Mureithi Runji, Senior Software Engineer who developed the system, Windhoek has the highest accident rates.

Runji noted that the new system will be used to track the history of a vehicle, “If you want to buy a second hand car with this system you can find out the history of the car, for example when it was in an accident”.

The Executive Secretary of National Road Safety Council Eugene Tendekule added that the new system is a surveillance system and it is developed to respond to user specifications.

“This system is unique to Namibia and it is user friendly and responds to our needs. It can track the history of a car, giving one their own judgement of the vehicle and it also gives the history of the driver. There is a security mechanism build into the system,” he said.

He added that, “It was redesigned to enable systematic and on-going online collection, analysis, interpretation and dissemination of accident information for planning, research and individual consumption. It is web based and capable of interfacing with stakeholder systems”. NRSC launches road safety information management

Charmaine Ngatjiheue

The National Roads Safety Council (NRSC) has launched a new Road Safety Information Management system (RSIMS).

Speaking at the launch yesterday Mureithi Runji, Senior Software Engineer who developed the system, Windhoek has the highest accident rates.

Runji noted that the new system will be used to track the history of a vehicle, “If you want to buy a second hand car with this system you can find out the history of the car, for example when it was in an accident”.

The Executive Secretary of National Road Safety Council Eugene Tendekule added that the new system is a surveillance system and it is developed to respond to user specifications.

“This system is unique to Namibia and it is user friendly and responds to our needs. It can track the history of a car, giving one their own judgement of the vehicle and it also gives the history of the driver. There is a security mechanism build into the system,” he said.

He added that, “It was redesigned to enable systematic and on-going online collection, analysis, interpretation and dissemination of accident information for planning, research and individual consumption. It is web based and capable of interfacing with stakeholder systems”. NRSC launches road safety information management

Charmaine Ngatjiheue

The National Roads Safety Council (NRSC) has launched a new Road Safety Information Management system (RSIMS).

Speaking at the launch yesterday Mureithi Runji, Senior Software Engineer who developed the system, Windhoek has the highest accident rates.

Runji noted that the new system will be used to track the history of a vehicle, “If you want to buy a second hand car with this system you can find out the history of the car, for example when it was in an accident”.

The Executive Secretary of National Road Safety Council Eugene Tendekule added that the new system is a surveillance system and it is developed to respond to user specifications.

“This system is unique to Namibia and it is user friendly and responds to our needs. It can track the history of a car, giving one their own judgement of the vehicle and it also gives the history of the driver. There is a security mechanism build into the system,” he said.

He added that, “It was redesigned to enable systematic and on-going online collection, analysis, interpretation and dissemination of accident information for planning, research and individual consumption. It is web based and capable of interfacing with stakeholder systems”.