Using Artificial Intelligence to Identify Individual Distresses for Pavement Management
Road assessments are important to municipalities and engineering firms for measuring and managing their pavement conditions. Traditional methods of road assessments are unfortunately resource and time intensive, and the ratings assigned are often subjective. While critical individual road distresses like potholes may be noted during manual road assessments, there are several other types of individual distresses that may not get the time and attention they deserve- and therefore do not get proactively managed.
RoadBotics Specialists Todd Saulle, Product Manager, and Miles Campbell, Senior Solutions Engineer, will introduce you to 6 different types of pavement distresses, how they originate, and what they can turn into if not properly addressed or maintained. They'll also walk you through RoadWay, Roadbotics' interactive online assessment platform, and its newest feature, Individual Distress Identification, that gives users the opportunity to make objective and data-driven decisions about their road maintenance.
Todd Saule, Roadbotics
Todd Saulle is Product Manager at RoadBotics. Todd works with cross-discipline team members to ensure that all parties are on track with project requirements, deadlines, and schedules. Todd works with clients and vendors to gather feedback on current products and future enhancements. He also helps educate team members on customer personas and changes to the product. Todd came to RoadBotics after a career in education and entrepreneurship. He has a Masters Degree from the University of Pittsburgh.
Miles Campbell, ROADBOTICS
Miles Campbell is the Senior Solutions Engineer at RoadBotics. He leads the Solutions Engineering team, specializing in developing strategies to improve the company’s scalability, platform, and client experience. Previously, Miles worked on the Commercial Team as a Project Manager executing client contracts. He began his career at RoadBotics by working alongside the Engineering Team to establish the Cartography Department and develop proprietary tools for internal use. Miles studied History at Robert Morris University.