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Webinar: Data-informed Management of Skid Resistance: A Case Study

Oct 15, 2019 @ 14:00 - 15:30 EDT

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Data-informed Management of Skid Resistance: A Case Study

Data-informed decision-making is vital for highway engineers. A logistical challenge arises, however, when the decision at hand must be informed by millions of data points of various types originating from numerous sources. How do we present such vast and varying data to an engineer in order for them to make a decision? A case study on the management of State Highway (SH) roads in New Zealand with regard to the safety issues around poor skid resistance, illustrates how a custom-built asset management tool is the ideal solution to the challenge. Skid Management is an integral part of the safety management program of the New Zealand Transport Agency. Skid Resistance is measured annually for every 10m of the SH network. Following each survey a list of 10m sites identified as requiring immediate attention is provided to the respective SH Maintenance Contractor to investigate, prioritize, and if treatments are required, complete designs and program remedial work. The sheer volume of the data generated by the survey created a mammoth task for the contractors and Agency alike. [divider type=”1″] [/divider]


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Ravi has more than 15 years experience in the field of software and IT systems. He has worked in various industries in the areas of research and software architecture before becoming a founding parter in Lonrix. He is passionate about providing cutting-edge solutions to the infrastructure industry and leading team-Lonrix to continually strive towards a single goal: help infrastructure engineers to make informed decisions.

She also contributed to the update of PTOLEMUS’ Electronic Toll Collection Global Study, published in December. As part of this work, she has analysed the ETC/RUC markets in countries such as Canada, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia and the USA. >