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Thursday, October 13 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Dallas Fort-Worth Airport - Automated Pavement Inventory Data Collection

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Dallas Fort-Worth Airport (DFW) contracted to perform a detailed pavement distress inventory of airside and landside areas, which included 7 active runways, 96 active taxiways and 120 centerline miles of DFW maintained roadways. Automated inventory was performed using Pavemetrics Laser Crack Measurement System (LCMS), which allows for the accurate collection of various pavement distresses at normal traffic speeds. A series of applications and scripts were developed to translate and geo-reference granular distress information stored in an XML format to an ESRI geodatabase format. This information was used to support the findings of a manual field inspection that was performed in conjunction with the LCMS inventory on airside pavement areas. Additionally, a new PAVER® pavement management system (PMS) was established for roadway areas. Pavement distress information collected from the LCMS was aggregated and complied into a PAVER® format and import into the PMS to produce DFW’s first network-wide baseline pavement condition assessment. This presentation will provide an overview of the data collection methodology, processing steps (including spatially enabling pavement distress information), and data integration with the Paver PMS software.

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David Kunz

Civil Solutions
David is the Director of GIS Services for Civil Solutions.  He is a results-oriented GISP with a strong understanding of process and information flows between geospatial technology and business related goals. David specializes in the integration of geospatial technologies in corporate... Read More →

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Kenneth Constrisciane

Michael Baker International
Kenny is a GIS Project Manager who leads the Application Development and Process Automation group within Michael Baker International's Hamilton Office GIT Department. He has over 15 years professional experience that covers a broad range of GIS related disciplines on numerous transportation... Read More →


Thursday October 13, 2016 10:30am - 12:00pm EDT
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