Data visualization platforms and tools for statewide asset inventory data analysis and management

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Bryce Kositz

Infromation Technologies Curves, Incorporated

[email protected]

3017609342

Bryce Kositz

Information Technologies Curves

[email protected]

3017609342

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Potential Panel Members

Matthew Mohebbi

Infromation Technologies Curves, Incorporated

[email protected]

3017609342

Adi Smadi

The University of Kansas

[email protected]

7853939590


Data visualization platforms and tools for statewide asset inventory data analysis and management


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Emerging technologies hold the promise of transforming asset data collection for transportation asset management such as the use of drones for inspections, LiDAR field data collection, continuous monitoring of real-time sensor data, and more. While the technology has been transforming, MAP-21 and the Fast Act jump started at many agencies in attaining an inventory of infrastructure assets and transportation data. At the same time, accessibility and affordability to collect high volumes of asset inventory data, such as LiDAR point cloud data, present the problem of how agencies can visualize and manage such large amounts of data and integrate the many layers for each transportation asset management plan. Now that the need for such data is federally recognized, further research is needed to understand what the latest technologies for asset analysis can offer an agency as well as how frequently that information needs generated.

Research is needed in the following areas:
• Address the adoption and practical application of these technologies and the rapid pace of technological advancement.
• What level of extraction detail and frequency interval is needed to support TAM at both the state and local levels and how can the condition assessment be applied to the performance measures of both pavement and non-pavement assets?
• Further investigate what tools are capable of visualizing asset extraction layers, as well as presenting such data to all stakeholders in powerful GIS formats with standardized TAM graphics for universal interpretation.


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Author(s)

Bryce Kositz

Infromation Technologies Curves, Incorporated

[email protected]

3017609342

Bryce Kositz

Information Technologies Curves

[email protected]

3017609342


Others Supporting Problem Statement

Please add at least one supporting organization.

Potential Panel Members

Matthew Mohebbi

Infromation Technologies Curves, Incorporated

[email protected]

3017609342

Adi Smadi

The University of Kansas

[email protected]

7853939590


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