Spotlights

 


Aiding Road PredictionAiding Road Prediction Models

Application Overview

Pavement management principles are based on the use of infrastructure degradation models to help predict when a pre-determined rehabilitation point will be reached. Rehabilitation, maintenance operations, and investments are planned accordingly.
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Automating a Workflow Process for a Multipurpose Class 1 Profiler

Project Overview

Many of the RUBIX Application Spotlights have focused around the use of Rival’s data collection apps (rRuf, rRate). However, this project extended this implementation to allow for 3rd party roughness and distress data collected by a multipurpose vehicle to utilize the backend processing automation of the RUBIX technology platform.
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GravelMonitoringResource Road Condition Monitoring

Project Overview

The Cameco-McArthur River mining operation (Saskatchewan, Canada) is the world’s largest high-grade uranium mine. Ore grades within the deposit are 100 times the world average, which means the operation can produce over 18 million pounds of uranium each year by mining only 150 to 200 tons of ore per day.
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Gravel Rating

Gravel Road Condition Rating

Project Overview

Gravel roadways continue to be a challenge when it comes to proactive management and maintenance. Typically, gravel roadways are managed in a reactive mode, either based on major weather events or citizen complaints.
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Wide Standardized Pavement Condition RatingProvince Wide Standardized Pavement Condition Rating

Project Overview

In November of 2013, the ministry of municipal affairs of the province of Quebec, Canada, published a new guide for municipalities on how to establish an infrastructure intervention plan. This latest guide integrated pavement condition with water, sewage and storm water condition assessments to establish priorities.
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