ICMPA Exhibitor Info
- AgileAssets, a Trimble Company
- All About Pavements Inc. (API)
- ARRB Systems
- International Cybernetics
- Pathway Services Inc.
AgileAssets, a Trimble Company
Contact: Magdy Mikhail, Ph.D, P.E
Director, Transportation Industry Solutions
D: +1 512.531.5404
Company Bio: AgileAssets, a Trimble Company, provides enterprise SaaS and mobile solutions for transportation asset life-cycle management. From strategic decision-making to daily operations, AgileAssets solutions help agencies deliver safer, more reliable road networks and achieve the highest return on infrastructure investments.
All About Pavements Inc. (API)
Contact: Wayne Seiler, Ph.D., P.E.
Company Bio: All About Pavements, Inc. (API) is a full service pavement engineering firm dedicated to technical excellence and customer service. API provides pavement engineering services at airports throughout the U.S, including significant airport pavement design and evaluation work that has been completed at large commercial hub and general aviation airports throughout the United States. API’s objective is to provide practical, innovative, and cost effective engineering solutions for our clients.
We are a pavement engineering specialty firm that has been providing services since it was incorporated in Illinois; however, API’s principals have 23 to 42 years of airport pavement engineering experience. API owns two Falling Weight Deflectometers (FWDs) which are calibrated annually using Strategic Highways Research Program (SHRP) criteria in Savoy, IL. Ninety percent of API’s engineering services are provided at airports throughout the United States. Most of these services include pavement management, evaluation, and design. API provides extensive support to airport authorities and transportation firms for pavement design and specification development as part of the bid package preparation. API has its corporate headquarters in Chatham, IL.
In addition to extensive airport pavement design support, API has conducted many initial airport pavement management program (PMP) and has updated several existing PMP systems. This work has included pavement condition index (PCI) surveys; development of state-of-the-art software for use in collecting and uploading pavement distress data into a PMP, such as PAVER; database development, Geographic Information System (GIS) map preparation, and development of the first truly dynamic web-enabled airport PMP in the United States for the Maryland Aviation Administration (MAA). The MAA Airport PMP included structural data and analysis results that are similar to the types of data that have been collected at Bellingham International Airport. Additionally, API has recently completed several pavement evaluation and aircraft load capacity analysis projects at commercial hub, reliever, and general aviation airports throughout the United States using FAA AC 150/5335-5C, Standardized Method of Reporting Airport Pavement Strength, and the FAA’s COMFAA 3.0 software.
API participates in the Asphalt Institute (AI) – FAA pavement workshop that is held twice each year in the FAA Regional offices. We have an excellent working relationship with the FAA pavement engineers in Washington, DC. As a result, we work with the FAA to provide innovative and cost effective engineering solutions in pavement design and maintenance. The FAA’s goal is to increase emphasis on pavement preservation and localized repairs because future funding of AIP grants for reconstruction and overlay design cannot meet the current demand for pavement construction.
Contact: Eric Botting
Company Bio: ARRB Systems (ARRB) is a pioneer in automated pavement evaluation, developing, integrating, and utilizing the latest in pavement assessment technology since the early 1990s. In addition to our Network Survey Vehicles integrated with the traditional surface distress sensors, our intelligent Pavement Assessment Vehicle (iPAVe) collects surface distresses and continuous structural response at traffic speed. Our intelligent Safety Assessment Vehicle (iSAVe) collects micro texture using Continuous Friction integrated with other safety data like rutting, macro texture, road geometry, profile data, and digital images.
As a world-renowned transportation infrastructure evaluation organization, ARRB is project-driven and committed to meeting customer needs through innovation and close partnership with our clients. ARRB and its staff have decades of global experience in designing, building, and operating fully integrated automated pavement condition and right-of-way asset data collection systems. We invest routinely to maintain the highest-quality data collection hardware, data processing/viewing software, and service/delivery processes.
Contact: Craig German
Company Bio: Deighton Associates Limited (Deighton) has established itself as one of the world leaders in providing asset management systems and asset management expertise at the strategic, tactical, and operational levels for agencies around the world. Recognized as the premier software product for infrastructure asset management, dTIMS® is used to manage large infrastructure networks in Africa, Asia, Australia, Canada, Europe, New Zealand, and the United States. These infrastructure networks include hundreds of thousands of miles of pavements, thousands of bridges, and millions of wastewater, storm water, and fresh water distribution pipe assets.
Contact: Valerie Mittica
+1 (727) 547 0696
Company Bio: For over 45 years, International Cybernetics (ICC) has been an industry-leading developer and manufacturer of pavement test equipment. By building better equipment, we help our customers collect better data, allowing them to meet performance-based planning and data-driven decision-making initiatives through road profiling, pavement evaluation, safety, and asset management.
Pathway Services Inc.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, 918.259.9883
Company Bio: One thing we’ve learned over 25 years of supporting state departments of transportation, international agencies, and other localized clients is that every project has its own “personality” and unique requirements. Every partnership stretches us in a different way and has the potential to inspire the next big innovation. We are extremely proud of our efforts to support each of our clients according to their individual requests and pavement management goals. And as a result of those efforts, we believe we have created the most dependable data collection vehicle available, the PathRunner, and offer the most sought after pavement condition and asset data collection services in the industry.
Contact: Mr. John Laurent
+1 418 262 8707
Company Bio: Pavemetrics specializes in 3D laser triangulation systems and software algorithms for the automated inspection of transportation infrastructure including roads, runways, railways and tunnels. Our sensors offer 100 times the resolution, and 10 times the accuracy, of LiDAR and we have successfully delivered more than 500 systems to customers in more than 45 countries around the world.
Contact: Sui Tan
Company Bio: Cost-Effective Solutions Made Simple. StreetSaver provides informed and timely solutions to implement your pavement management program. With user-friendly navigation in mind, it is designed for cities and counties to easily maintain pavements in the most cost-effective way.
+1 586 237 7238
Company Bio: XenomatiX is the first company to offer true solid-state LiDAR solutions for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving (AD). XenomatiX designs and builds products that enable precise real-time 3D digitization and an understanding of a vehicle’s surroundings, empowering applications that lead to safer and more comfortable vehicles.
The company’s next generation LiDAR solutions provide unequalled object detection and tracking, free space detection, road profile measurement, and localization capabilities, based on reliable proven technology. XenomatiX constantly improves and invests in its technology to meet the needs of automotive OEMs, Tier 1 manufacturers and integrators and stay ahead of market evolutions and industry requirements.