Arif K. Rafiq

Arif K. Rafiq is the Transportation Industry Manager for Esri Canada. His efforts are focused on advising customers how to use GIS technology to improve all areas of transportation management, specifically highways, public transit, aviation, marine, rail, freight and logistics. As a global transportation management systems specialist, Arif has significant experience managing highway infrastructure around the world. Exploring our vast planet with all its cultures and beauty has a been a major part of his life; he believes that the only thing you can buy that will make you richer is travel.

  • Different road networks, one location referencing system to manage them all

    Different road networks, one location referencing system to manage them all

    While every agency charged with managing roads does it a little differently, the underlying philosophy remains the same. Linear referencing can help.

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  • How Do You Identify Strategic Road Investments?

    How Do You Identify Strategic Road Investments?

    Learn how to build data integration across departments with Esri Roads and Highways to support investment decisions that impact all road users

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  • A to B(eyond): Delivering an optimized routing package

    A to B(eyond): Delivering an optimized routing package

    As Canadian transportation & warehousing industry continues growing, logistics professionals modernize their workflows making dispatcher’s job easier.

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  • Missed the Bus? Not Today’s Transit Planners

    Missed the Bus? Not Today’s Transit Planners

    How can transit planners use technology to make public transit more efficient? Today’s GIS tools can help leaders provide freedom of mobility to all.

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  • We are not immune

    We are not immune

    Discover how the City of Toronto addresses road traffic fatalities head on with its Vision Zero Road Safety Plan.

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  • Knowledge Has Just Left the Building

    Knowledge Has Just Left the Building

    Linear Referencing Systems (LRS) provide a way to automate repetitive tasks that are required to efficiently maintain data about our road networks.

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  • Location Referencing Systems – the way you want to see them

    Location Referencing Systems – the way you want to see them

    In the transportation industry, there is much debate whether a Linear Referencing System (LRS) or a Spatial Referencing System is best suited to manage road and highway infrastructure.

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