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Road Maintenance and Asset Management Seminar

Road Maintenance & Asset Management seminar widens the scope of the congress to the next level

Maintenance & Asset Management Seminar, Thursday 10.2.2022

Place: Leonardo Hall

Exhibition opens 9:00

Registration and morning coffee 8:45 –9.30

9.30 Welcome to the Road Congress, Prizes for the working machine demonstrtations

9:50 Business intelligence in proactive traffic infrastructure management, Timo Saarenketo, RoadScanners

10:10 Asset Management – Based on ISO 55000 Standard Series, Jyrki Paavilainen, WSP Finland

10:30 Enablers of improved productivity in the infrastructure sector – the most valuable lessons? Kaisu Laitinen, Ramboll

10:50 Road condition detection technology: A benefit analysis, Toni Lusikka, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd

11.10 How artificial intelligence enabled computer vision optimizes reactive and planned road maintenance activities, Aleksi Kauppi, Vaisala Ltd

11:30 3D ground penetrating radar (GPR), laser scanner and 3D accelerometer data utilization in analysis of problematic sections of road network, Petri Varin, Roadscanners

11:50 City of Tampere Asset Management Development Curve – Traffic signs and street condition information Case, Ylitalo Eelis, Maiju Ylönen, Tampereen Infra Oy

12.10 Lunch

12:30 Exhibition, Outdoor Demonstrations at 12:30-13:15

13:20 HCT trials in Finnish timber transportation, Metsäteho Oy

13:40 Utilization of real-time monitoring data in the traffic impacts of large construction sites, Aleksi Vesanto, Ramboll

14:00 Tampere as a forerunner in transport emission mitigation, Lasse Nykänen ja Sarianne Vihakara Vedia Oy

14:20 Development of environmental requirements for transportation infrastructure construction equipment, Erja Vallila, Finnish Transport Infrastructure Agency

14:40 12 Calculating the carbon footprint in maintenance contract, Huuskonen Oiva, Destia

15:00 Reducing CO2 emissions and costs by road design, Miikka Niinikoski, Ramboll

15:20 Final Words

15:30 The Exhibition closes