Crash Magic is the newest generation of crash records analysis tools from Pd' Programming, Inc.
It follows the successful Intersection Magic crash records analysis software created in 1987,
and used by thousands of engineers in city, county and state DOT offices across the country.
This new tool is server based. It runs under MS Windows IIS, connected to an SQL database.
Users connect via a web browser on a local intranet or across the Internet.
Note: The system may also be installed as a Windows Service.
As a server-based product, Crash Magic has different requirements than our desktop systems. Performance will be dependent on factors including server speed, database speed, network speed as well as proper configuration and maintenance of the databases used.
Inline pin maps
Crash Magic has built-in pin maps that utilize the public ArcGISOnline maps OR
Clients may provide REST access to their ArcGIS server. This allows for use of custom layers such as construction, volume data, bicycle lanes, etc.
This feature requires one or more Map Services exposed by the ArcGIS Server
Map Magic is an ArcMap v10.x desktop add-in that provides access to Crash Magic
REST is used to communicate with Crash Magic
This feature requires ArcMap v10.3 or newer and a suitable base map. In addition, a crash layer is helpful
GIS-based collision diagrams
In addition to the static collision diagrams that Crash Magic is known for, a new feature enables the program to produce "dynamic collision diagrams" based on the road alignments reported by ArcGIS Server
REST is used to communicate with ArcGIS from the Crash Magic servers.
This feature requires a Street Centerline Map Service and a Gecoding service exposed by an ArcGIS Server.
Pd' Programming has a geocoding service that uses intersection street names plus distance and direction from the nearest intersection.
This feature requires a Street Centerline Map Service and a Gecoding service exposed on an ArcGIS Server.
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