Many DOT’s manage their databases in siloed environments based on types of assets (e.g. Pavement, Culverts, Bridges, Roads, etc.) and/or types of data (LRS, GIS, CAD, etc.).
However, innovative DOT’s want to integrate these systems for improved resource planning and to meet federal guideline submissions like HPMS (Highway Performance Monitoring System) and MIRE (Model Inventory of Roadway Elements). Rarely are these assets managed by one product due to the unique requirements and various business needs of each asset. Forward leaning organizations are implementing workflows and processes to integrate these systems to more seamlessly meet business requirements.
This presentation will focus on how 1Spatial is working at Caltrans to assess their asset management data, identifying potential quality issues that need to be addressed during or before they integrate their asset management data into a resource planning application. This presentation will also cover how 1Spatial is implementing HPMS (Highway Performance Monitoring System) process improvements for several DOTs. Typically, an annual arduous event requiring a great deal of manual tweaking to get the data just right, this process is being automated using 1Integrate and the HPMS business rules implemented by 1Spatial for the US Federal Highway’s Administration (FHWA).