Presentation from the Wisconsin Automated Vehicle Proving Grounds AV Forum on February 23, 2018.
Presentation from the Wisconsin Automated Vehicle Proving Grounds AV Forum on December 11, 2017.
Presentation from the Wisconsin Automated Vehicle Proving Grounds AV Forum on November 7, 2017.
Presentation from the Wisconsin Automated Vehicle Proving Grounds AV Forum on October 5, 2017.
Highways England is using mobile LiDAR to assist in improving their asset management capabilities. Unique applications include the use of mobile LiDAR data to determine compliance with guardrail heights. Speakers include: Richard Arrowsmith and Mark Jenkins.
Scott Jones (Utah DOT) and Stephen Read (Virginia DOT) discuss using enhanced data sets to inform systemic approaches to roadway safety improvements (Cycling & Road Departure).
A growing number of transportation agencies are experimenting with mobile LiDAR as a method for collecting very accurate roadway asset data. The Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) Metro District issued a contract designed at using a combination of LiDAR and imagery data to create a GIS based inventory of barriers and plate beam guardrail
Butch Wlaschin recently retired as the Director of the FHWA’s Office of Asset Management. After providing more than 40 years of service to the transportation industry, GTMA is pleased to have Butch provide his thoughts on the future of asset management.
Under federal MAP-21 regulations, State’s are encouraged to inventory their roadside safety assets. Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) recently decided to eliminate all of their remaining “Texas” turndown style guardrail endtreatments. To create the inventory, UDOT used their network-wide data collection program to locate all of the outdated devices. This webinar features Utah DOT’s Director of Asset Management, Stan Burns and Safety Engineer, Scott Jones. They will review how UDOT approached the project and the benefits of using their network data sets to develop the system-wide replacement project.
UDOT presentation on their latest network data program.
Capturing sufficient design information for complex transportation projects is often expensive for agencies and can be dangerous for surveyors. A number of agencies permit the use of mobile LiDAR to lower costs, improve roadway safety and create greater efficiencies. Paul DiGiacobbe (HNTB) will present an overview of two complex projects (I-95 Express Lanes — Virginia & I-80 Illinois) and Brett Wood (Florida DOT) will provide insight into the benefits and challenges of LiDAR from the agency perspective.
This May 24, 2012 webinar focused on Utah DOT’s imaging and inventory project and its potential benefit to autonomous vehicle technology. Presentations from Ray Mandli (Mandli Communications), Jim McBride (Ford Motor Company) and John Leonard (MIT) explain how data was collected and how basemaps and autonomy are being developed.
Mobile LiDAR has proven effective in digitally capturing transportation assets, significantly improving state management programs. Utah DOT aggressively works to enhance the value of its data to reduce costs and shorten project delivery times. UDOT’s Director of Asset Management, Stan Burns, moderates a panel highlighting breakthroughs in improving pointcloud accuracy to allow for virtual design. How does it work? What are the implications? Presenters include Utah DOT’s Stan Burns, Darryl Fenn (Meridian Engineering) and Kalvi Mani (Virtual Geomatics).
This October 17, 2012 webinar includes Utah DOT’s Stan Burns and Scott Jones discussing how mobile LiDAR asset collection data is being used to improve safety planning.
In this September 6, 2012 webinar, Eric Andelin (Woolpert) and Keith McNease (SAM, Inc.) discuss two TxDOT projects that utilize LiDAR to safely capture survey data. The projects use aerial, fixed and mobile LiDAR.