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Monday, November 9 • 2:00pm - 2:30pm
Leveraging ArcGIS Online on MassDOT Conditional Asset Management Inventory

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Amy Haas*, VHB Heather Fuller, VHB

VHB conducted a conditional asset management inventory for 8.5 miles of roadway along Revere Beach Parkway which will be transferred to the MassDOT state highway system. Esri’s ArcGIS Online and the Collector application were used to collect data on the existing infrastructure including guardrail, lighting, pavement markings, lane use, sidewalks, curbing, landscaping, and drainage features. In place of preparing and relying on hard copy maps to take in the field and collect hand-written notes for all of the features, ArcGIS Online and the Collector app were used in conjunction with each other to complete the data collection in-house and in the field saving time and money all while eliminating transcription errors ultimately producing a consistent data product that is seamlessly integrated into the GIS database for analysis, reporting, mapping and management. The Operations Dashboard was instrumental in providing Project Managers access to the data collection progress, monitor attributes for compliance and to provide support to field teams in real-time. The presentation will describe the project, discuss the benefits and advantages of the chosen approach and demonstrate the applications used.

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Monday November 9, 2015 2:00pm - 2:30pm
Lake Champlain A

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