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Innovating and Developing
Asset Management Tools
Michael Baker International is an industry leader in technological innovation
and integration for Asset Management and Pavement Management Systems.
Michael Baker uses its Laser Crack Measurement System (LCMS) vehicle to locate
and analyze pavement conditions on airfields and roadways across the country.
The data collected is queried and analyzed based on clients’ desires and requirements.
One inventory . . . several outputs.
For more information, please contact: Data Captured and Typical Outlets include: Transverse/Longitudinal Profile • Sealed Cracks
Transverse Cracks • Grooving • Joint Faulting
Joint Seal Damage • Alligator Cracking
Longitudinal Cracks • Macrotexture
Pavement Patches • Bleeding
Potholes/Depressions • Raveling
Spalling • Other Surface Irregularities
Detailed data cloud showing airfield pavement distresses
at precise locations
its website for all eight security
locations at Bush Intercontinental
and William P. Hobby airports.
The fly2houston.com website
previously lacked data from
terminals B, C, D and E at Bush
Intercontinental, but now the
site features information from all
terminal facilities and relays data
from a much more precise digital
collection system, according to the
FAA Faulted On Tower
DOT’s Inspector General (IG)
has issued a report concluding
that, while FAA has improved
the effectiveness of operational
contingency plans for its control
towers, “significant work remains.”
“FAA’s air traffic facilities are
not fully prepared to respond
effectively to major system
disruptions, in part because
the agency lacks the necessary
training for its controllers and the
required redundancy, resiliency
and flexibility for its key air traffic
control infrastructure,” the IG
report said. Many new technologies
and capabilities that can improve
the continuity of air traffic
operations will not be available for
years, and FAA’s procedures for
updating contingency plans remain
incomplete, according to the report.
FAA has agreed with recommen-
dations in the report to improve
its ability to respond to ATC
disruptions, the IG said.
Cincinnati/N. Kentucky Airport
Termed ‘Vital Asset’
International is a vital asset to the
region’s economy with a $4.4 billion
annual impact on local families,
businesses and governments,
according to a new report from
the University of Cincinnati and
Northern Kentucky University.