A lot more than hardware goes into your winter maintenance equipment.
From equipment replacement costs to staffing and budget considerations, long-term decisions can be tough to make. Recent advances in road maintenance technology make it possible to keep the roads safer and faster, while optimizing your fleet and materials.
These are great improvements, but how can you be sure what’s right for your organization? When is the right time to buy?
Join us at our next webinar where we’ll be talking about the different technologies available and what to look for as you consider your strategy going forward.
You’ll come away with actionable insights including:
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Jason Weinberger is the Business Area Manager of our North America Transportation division and is based in Boulder, Colorado. His focus is on helping customers identify their weather-related challenges to improve safety and efficiency across their operations. His expertise with Vaisala goes back several years, and his career is deeply rooted in industrial and environmental measurements plus digital technology.
As Solution Manager, Mark applies his winter maintenance and chemical use expertise to help clients/agencies improve operations and solve problems. Prior to joining the Vaisala team, Mark was with McHenry County Division of Transportation (retired,) for 30 years where he served as Maintenance Superintendent.
A frequent industry author and speaker, Mark has been featured at snow/ice, environmental, and municipality seminars across the globe and is also a member or committee participant for numerous industry organizations including APWA, AASHTO, and the Transportation Research Board (TRB). Among other awards, Mark is honored to be a past recipient of the APWA Presidential Leadership Award.
Jim Boyce has worn many hats with Vaisala over the past 12 years as Field Service Technician, Technical Writer, Territory Service Engineer, and Field Service and Project Manager. Before that, he spent several years with the Bureau of Land Management and US Forest Service as Electronics Maintenance of Fire Weather equipment.