Applied Spatial Technology announces availability of Freeway Drive Time Analysis System

Applied Spatial Technology announces availability of Freeway Drive Time Analysis System

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Virginia, USA, 24 April 2007: Applied Spatial Technology announced the availability of the Freeway Drive Time Analysis System with client-provided street networks.

Freeway is an application that is used to generate drive time polygons and perform origin destination drive time modeling. Drive time analysis is used to derive accurate demographics around a site and to model drive time and drive distance from one location to another.

Customized versions of Freeway can now be delivered using road networks provided by clients, enabling drive time analyses to be performed worldwide, wherever licensed networks have proper attribution. Attribution of the network, used to dictate road types, is used by Freeway to define travel speeds and drive times. Applied Spatial Technology will be providing the custom data loads as a service.

Applied Spatial Technology is a software development company specializing in providing spatial analysis tools for government and commercial organizations. Additional information about Freeway and Applied Spatial Technology is available at www.appliedspatialtechnology.com