The AgileAssets Excellence in Infrastructure Asset Management (AXIAM) Awards recognize organizations that demonstrate an innovative or effective use of AgileAssets software to solve an asset management challenge. Nominated projects must demonstrate:
- Quantifiable business benefits
- Customer value and satisfaction
- Innovation and inspiration for the industry
Examples of positive outcomes from nominated projects include:
- More efficient pavement projects
- Better data quality for overhead sign structures
- Mobile field data collection for asset maintenance
- More engaged team members
- Smarter investment decisions
AXIAM Award nominees receive recognition for project successes. Bottom row: Stuart Hudson, PE, President, AgileAssets; Josianna Ouellette, Statistician, Quebec Ministry of Transport; Sarah Rickgauer, Pavement Management Engineer, Wyoming DOT. Top row: Pascal Laumet, Vice President of International Sales and Operations, AgileAssets; James Robertson, Director of Business Development – EMEA, AgileAssets; Martin Boucher, PE, Quebec Ministry of Transport; Tom Zimmerman, Planning Director, Minnesota DOT (AXIAM Runner-up); Michele Cheeseman, Program Manager, Montana DOT. Not pictured: Nazib Faizal, Head of Data Analysis, Bina Marga (AXIAM Winner).
Industry Peers Vote for Winner
Seven transportation agencies competed for the award during AgileAssets Xchange 2019, a global user community event in Austin, Texas. Each agency presented an overview of its nominated project. Xchange attendees voted anonymously for the winner, based on established criteria. Attendees included more than 170 transportation industry leaders from public and private organizations worldwide.
Indonesia Highway Authority Bina Marga Wins Top Prize
The 2019 AXIAM Award went to the Indonesian Directorate General of Highways, known as Bina Marga. Bina Marga earned the award for taking groundbreaking steps to maximize nationwide road transportation quality, improve safety, and reduce maintenance costs using an integrated AgileAssets solution. As a result of partnering with AgileAssets, Bina Marga now takes an analytics-based approach to managing pavements, bridges and road safety and can make data-driven cross-asset tradeoff decisions to get the most value from the nation’s infrastructure investments.
The AgileAssets team accepts the top AXIAM award on behalf of Bina Marga. Left to right: James Robertson, Director of Business Development – EMEA, AgileAssets; Stuart Hudson, PE, President, AgileAssets; Pascal Laumet, Vice President of International Sales and Operations, AgileAssets.
AXIAM Award Recipients 2019
|Recognition||Agency||Project||Product||Benefits and Value|
|Winner||Directorate General of Highways – Bina Marga
||Implemented a fully integrated solution to manage pavements, bridges, and road safety as well as justify cross-asset tradeoff decisions using advanced analytics.||Pavement Analyst™
|Runner-Up||Minnesota Department of Transportation
||Streamlined the damage restitution process beginning with better recording of repairs on state-owned assets all the way through the submission of materials to the Finance team, who processes the claim.||Maintenance Manager™
Signal and ITS Manager™
|Honorable Mention||Quebec Ministry of Transport
||Centralized information to validate data and produce quality reports for pavement management.||Pavement Analyst™||
|Honorable Mention||Montana Department of Transportation
||Established criteria to identify underutilized vehicles and fleet equipment to improve utilization and ROI.||Fleet & Equipment Manager™||
|Honorable Mention||Wyoming Department of Transportation
||Developed a method to review conditions and manage miles on a network level based on current pavement sections along with new sections in 0.1-mile increments to meet FAST Act targets.||Pavement Analyst™||