Best practices in road asset management

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Maintaining roads efficiently is a complex task. Road maintenance organizations are looking for more efficient, cost-effective, and safe ways to maintain their networks. This means optimization across the board: network inspections, maintenance programming, and inventory management.

Join us at our next webinar to hear from the Region of Waterloo (Ontario, Canada) and see how they are using geospatial video for road asset management. We will also talk about how you can adopt tools like Vaisala’s RoadAI to drive efficiencies in road maintenance and inspections. 

Join us at our next webinar to hear from the experts on best practices in road asset management. You’ll come away with insightful and practical information, including:

  • Challenges and trends in road asset management
  • Customer use case: Faster, more accurate road inspections
  • How to get high-quality data and quicker response times — at significant budget savings

Who should attend:
Road maintenance decision makers, inspectors, and other road asset management stakeholders.

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Webinar speakers: 

Ben Brown, Head of Road Asset Management, Vaisala

Ben Brown

Head of Road Asset Management, Vaisala

As the Head of Road Asset Management at Vaisala, Ben focuses on the needs of road maintenance organizations globally. His industry expertise includes transportation, digital transformation, and meteorology and has been part of Vaisala for 14 years.

Shawn Buckley, P.Eng., PMP   Supervisor, Transportation Infrastructure

Shawn Buckley, P.Eng.

PMP Supervisor, Transportation Infrastructure The Regional Municipality of Waterloo

 Shawn has worked as the Supervisor, Transportation Infrastructure at the Region of Waterloo for the last 14 years. He is responsible for the long term health of the municipality’s roads, bridges, storm pipes, and walls. Carrying out inspections, analyzing the recorded data, and making recommendations for the Region's annual capital program are key aspects of his role. Prior to the Region, Shawn was involved with collecting pavement management data for agencies across Canada and the United States.