Thursday, May 23, 2019
Case Study Report: Mobile Applications for GIS
Our latest case study report is now available here! This report explores how State Departments of Transportation (DOTs) currently employ mobile applications for a variety of uses, including asset management, data collection, maintenance, and construction. Five states were interviewed for this effort (Colorado, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, and Missouri) to understand the varied levels of scope and use of these applications, as well as to obtain feedback on what the Federal Highway Administration can do to facilitate the development of these processes.
Case Study Report
Previous case study reports are available here.
Wednesday, May 1, 2019
New Website - Now Live!
The GIS in Transportation program has launched a new website design! This new layout is designed to make reports, webinars, and newsletters easier to find, while maintaining the ability to search state and local GIS applications.
New GIS-T Website Theme
Wednesday, January 23, 2019
Minnesota DOT: Drone Use in Bridge InspectionA summary report for the webcast presented by Jennifer Wells and Barritt Lovelace of Minnesota DOT (MNDOT) has been posted to the GIS in Transportation website. Their presentation focused on MNDOT's Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Program and its use for bridge inspections. MNDOT has conducted three phases of research focused on utilizing drones as a tool for improving the quality of bridge and structure inspections.
The written summary of this presentation can be found with the other webcast summaries.. And to view a recording of the presentation, click here.
Monday, November 19, 2018
Webcast Summary: Drone Use in Alabama
A summary report for the webcast presented by John D'Arville of Alabama DOT (ALDOT) has been posted to the GIS in Transportation website. Mr. D'Arville's presentation focused on ALDOT's Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Program. The program has required coordination between FAA requirements and Alabama state laws, and the program is continuing to evolve with improved basic operator training and the opening of the UAS Command Center. The written summary of his presentation can be found with the other webcast summaries.. And to view a recording of the presentation, click here.
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The GIS in Transportation program facilitates the knowledge transfer of GIS skills, best practices, and technical resources among State, regional, and local transportation organizations. This website captures the respective lessons learned and makes them available to all GIS practitioners and transportation professionals.
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