The 2014 RUG Conference is on Thursday 18th September at Eden Park in Auckland. We have well over 100 registrations so far, but it’s not too late. Register now here
Engaging, Stimulating, Useful
The morning sessions will be a mix of RAMM users and RAMM staff who will be talking about what's working well,
what's new, and what's next.
Those of you who were at the 2012 RUG Conference will remember the engaging and useful
presentations. This year we promise more of the same, including RAMM’s integration plans, our recent improvements to (and the future direction of) RAMM GIS and our progress with CAR Manager and Submitica.
Check out the RSL staff presentation lineup here
. The RAMM User presentation lineup will be released soon.
View, Try, Discuss
In the afternoon the conference will split into smaller groups, where you will get the opportunity to experience hands-on demonstrations of aspects of the RAMM Suite. These sessions will range from the new features you have asked for, to refreshers for the hardy annuals.
They say it tastes better when you've earned it. At the conclusion of the Conference, we invite everyone to stay and enjoy some RAMM hospitality, while looking out over Eden Park and reminiscing about some of the great sporting moments that the ground has experienced.
Manage Footpaths in RAMM GIS and RAMM Detail
You can now manage your Footpath records on the map in RAMM GIS and in RAMM Detail. This includes adding Footpath records. You’ll see greater accuracy of Footpath shape files and correct representation of Footpaths not situated along the length of a road. Watch Footpaths
Where Are Reports I Saved
One great RAMM feature is the option to generate reports and then export and save the results. Some users then can’t find the exported file. Watch this video to understand your personal RAMM Hosting Service (RHS) folder structure, how to access your C drive from the RHS and how to locate reports you have saved but can’t find. Watch Where Are the Reports I Saved?