Sam Kemp is the Transport Survey and Data Manager at advocacy organisation Bicycle Network, coordinating surveys across Australia using artificial intelligence object recognition sensors and cameras. He works with local and State governments to gather data before, during and after planning and infrastructure projects.
Sam prepares proposals, briefs, data analysis and reporting using temporary and permanent cameras and sensors. He also coordinates Australia's largest count of commuter and recreational cyclists - Super Tuesday and Super Sunday - with more than 10 years of longitudinal data at 1000+ sites each year.
Sam earned his Master of Urban and Regional Planning at University of South Australia. He is passionate about promoting positive health and transport outcomes through the insightful presentation of data that supports policy and infrastructure change.