Global transportation asset lifecycle management software provider gears up to enter new markets and strengthen client success. Austin, Texas – January 10, 2019 – AgileAssets Inc., a leading provider of transportation asset lifecycle management software, has appointed three members of its executive team to C-level roles. The appointments coincide with an organizational restructuring aimed at […]
AgileAssets Appoints Sai Machavarapu as VP of Engineering to Lead Development of Next-Generation Transportation Asset Life-cycle Management Solutions
Machavarapu plans software innovations using mobile apps, data science, and AI to solve agency challenges. Austin, Texas – November 29, 2018 – AgileAssets Inc., a leading provider of transportation asset lifecycle management software, has announced the appointment of Sai Machavarapu as Vice President of Engineering. He will lead the company’s global engineering teams to develop next-generation […]
Advanced analytical tools have transformed safety management programs by providing a systematic way to identify crash locations, evaluate countermeasures, and assess economic impacts. These tools can also let decision-makers drill down to see crash patterns and distributions using advanced data visualization techniques. Based on the case study results from a successful state DOT, this session […]
The Montana Department of Transportation has increased efficiency and cut costs by modernizing its roadway maintenance program with AgileAssets® Maintenance Manager™. Presented by Dr. Douglas McBroom, Operations Manager, Montana Department of Transportation, and Rick Hatheway, Senior Solutions Engineer, AgileAssets. In this webinar, you will learn proven strategies to: Replace siloed systems and paper-heavy processes Manage […]
The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) wanted to improve the decision-making processes of its pavement and maintenance teams.
The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) wanted to improve its statewide pavement management program to deliver more value to the traveling public.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) wanted to enhance its fleet management system to improve fleet data collection and reporting, and to maximize asset lifecycles.
The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) wanted to update its pavement management software—which consisted of four standalone applications—with an integrated, modern Pavement Management System (PMS).
The Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) recognized the need to improve its pavement management program to save time and money while achieving performance targets.