Data Collection

Data Collection

Reports on all aspects of collecting pavement, road and traffic data.

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Creating Homogeneous Sections

Analyzing data to establish homogenous sections for analysis purposes.

Deflections and Strength

Pavement deflections and strength.

Location Referencing

The linear and spatial reference of data.

General

General reports on data collection.

GPS and GIS

Spatial referencing of data.

Road Survey Projects

Reports from road survey projects.

Roughness

Road roughness and profiles.

Survey Manuals

Manuals on how to collect different types of data.

Traffic and Weigh-in-Motion

Traffic counting, analysis and forecasting, and weigh in motion.

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2016 - Australia - Specifications for Data Collection Equipment

Austroads has published 15 updated asset management test methods and spcifications.

Specification for Pavement Roughness Measurement with an Inertial Profilometer

This specification provides minimum equipment, calibration, validation and survey method requirements for the conduct of network level pavement roughness measurement using an inertial profilometer.

Specification for Pavement Rutting Measurement with a Laser Profilometer

This specification provides minimum equipment, calibration, validation and survey method requirements for the conduct of network level pavement rutting measurement using a laser profilometer.

Specification for Pavement Surface Texture Measurement with a Laser Profilometer

This specification provides minimum equipment, calibration, validation and survey method requirements for the conduct of network level pavement surface texture measurement using a laser profilometer.

Pavement Roughness Measurement with an Inertial Profilometer

This test method defines the procedure for measuring the roughness of road pavements, determined from the direct measurement of the longitudinal profile of the road surface using an inertial profilometer.

Validation of an Inertial Profilometer for Measuring Pavement Roughness (Reference Device Method)

This test method defines the procedure for performing validation checks of the measurements of pavement roughness determined using an inertial profilometer, by comparing them to the measurements from a static or manual reference device.

Validation of an Inertial Profilometer for Measuring Pavement Roughness (Loop Method)

This test method defines the procedure for performing validation checks of the measurements of pavement roughness determined using an inertial profilometer.

Pavement Roughness Repeatability and Bias Checks for an Inertial Profilometer

This test method defines the procedure for conducting repeatability and bias measurement checks for roughness measurements made by an inertial profilometer.

Pavement Rutting Measurement with a Laser Profilometer

This test method defines the procedure for measuring the rutting of road pavements, determined by the direct measurement of the transverse profile of the road surface using a laser profilometer.

Validation of a Laser Profilometer for Measuring Pavement Rutting (Reference Device Method)

This test method defines the procedure for performing validation checks of the measurements of pavement rutting determined using a laser profilometer, by comparing them to the measurements from a static or manual reference device.

Validation of a Laser Profilometer for Measuring Pavement Rutting (Loop Method)

This test method defines the procedure for performing validation checks of the measurements of pavement rutting determined using a laser profilometer.

Pavement Rutting Repeatability and Bias Error Checks for a Laser Profilometer

This test method defines the procedure for conducting repeatability and bias of measurement checks for rut measurements made by a laser profilometer.

Pavement Surface Texture Measurement with a Laser Profilometer

This test method defines the procedure for measuring the surface macro-texture of road pavements, determined by the direct measurement of the road surface profile using a laser profilometer.

Validation of a Laser Profilometer for Measuring Pavement Surface Texture (Reference Device Method)

This test method defines the procedure for performing validation checks of the measurements of pavement surface macro-texture determined using a laser profilometer, by comparing them to the measurements from a static or manual reference device.

Validation of a Laser Profilometer for Measuring Pavement Surface Texture (Loop Method)

This test method defines the procedure for performing validation checks of the measurements of pavement surface texture determined using a laser profilometer.

Pavement Surface Texture Repeatability and Bias Error Checks for a Laser Profilometer

This test method defines the procedure for conducting repeatability and bias of measurement checks for pavement surface texture measurements made by a laser profilometer.

2001 - USA - Development of Ground Penetrating Radar Signal Modeling and Implementation for Transportation Infrastructure Assessment Paper by Amara Loulizi. Objectives: to determine the dielectric properties of concrete over the used GPR frequency range; to synthesize the reflected air-coupled radar signals and compare them with measured waveforms; to model and study the effects of simulated defects in concrete on the reflected air-coupled and ground-coupled radar signals; and to validate the research results in the field by predicting layer thicknesses of flexible pavements and detecting moisture in flexible pavement systems.
1988 - UK - A Guide to Bridge Inspection and Data Systems for District Engineers, Volume 2 Overseas Road Note 7 - Inspector's Handbook. The purpose of this note is to provide a district engineer with guidance on the establishment and operation of an effective bridge and culvert record system. The two main elements of this programme are the bridge data and recording methods and bridge inspection.
1988 - UK - A Guide to Bridge Inspection and Data Systems for District Engineers, Volume 1 Overseas Road Note 7. The purpose of this note is to provide a district engineer with guidance on the establishment and operation of an effective bridge and culvert record system. The two main elements of this programme are the bridge data and recording methods and bridge inspection.
 

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