AASHTO Meetings & Member Services
Director, Meetings & Member Services
Webinars from our Sponsors
|Tech Talk: Design Collaboration with OpenRoads and OpenBridge |
Learn how Bentley’s OpenRoad Designer and OpenBridge Designer improve coordination, save time, and produce better results for multi-discipline projects. Bentley’s experts will demonstrate how roadway design data from OpenRoads, such as alignments and terrain, can be shared, linked and utilized by bridge designers using OpenBridge Designer. They will show you how to take advantage of the common data environment and interoperability between the two applications, easing the burden of change management and providing clarity to the overall design. Learn how to:
|Tech Talk: National bridge inspection standards are changing. Are you ready? |
Join us for this webinar as we discuss the new national bridge inspection coding standards and how we can help with the transition. Learn how AssetWise Asset Reliability Inspections can streamline the inspection process and help DOTs and bridge owners meet all FHWA bridge inspection requirements through performance metrics and a data-driven, risk-based, cost-effective approach to bridge management. Hear how you can take inventory, and inspect and maintain physical transportation assets more efficiently with AssetWise Asset Reliability Inspections.
AASHTO works to educate the public and key decision makers about the critical role that transportation plays in securing a good quality of life and sound economy for our nation. As the only association that represents all modes of transportation – air, highways, public transportation, rail, and water; becoming a sponsor presents a unique opportunity to an organization. As a sponsor you will have access to key decision makers from all 50 State Departments of Transportation, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico, transportation infrastructure corporations, and federal transportation agencies. There is no greater way for transportation industry partners to collaborate on initiatives to achieve success than partnering with those who hold their interests at heart.
(AASHTO is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization of the Internal Revenue Code. The organization accepts gifts and grants from corporations and foundations, and sponsorships from businesses and other organizations.)