Technology

  • APWA Top 10 Leader Ken Grehm talks technology

    American Public Works Association's 2014 Top 10 Leaders share their favorite on-the-job technologies: Ken Grehm, Auburn, Calif.

     
  • APWA Top 10 Leader David Derrick talks technology

    American Public Works Association's 2014 Top 10 Leaders share their favorite on-the-job technologies: David Derrick, Kissimmee, Fla.

     
  • APWA Top 10 Leader Joseph Fennell talks technology

    American Public Works Association's 2014 Top 10 Leaders share their favorite on-the-job technologies: Joseph Fennell, Elk Grove Village, Ill.

     
  • APWA Top 10 Leader Terry Cox talks technology

    American Public Works Association's 2014 Top 10 Leaders share their favorite on-the-job technologies. Terry Cox, Harlan, Iowa.

     
  • APWA's Top 10 Leaders talk technology

    This year’s Top 10 Leaders describe their favorite technologies. Most prefer tools that keep them connected to the office, colleagues, and customers.

     
  • How drones work

    Drones may be the greatest thing since the Internet, if public agencies can convince constituents they aren’t too invasive.

     
  • Drones are being tested in some locales

    Drones may be the greatest thing since the Internet, if public agencies can convince constituents they aren’t too invasive.

     
  • Public works professionals as innovators

    This year's APWA Top 10 Leaders debunk the notion that government is not innovative.

     
  • App gives updates on traffic and more

    Available for both iOS and Android devices, the mobile app is available to agencies that subscribe to the maker’s InterFleet program.

     
  • Calculate construction emissions

    Web-based comparison tool calculates the emissions of each construction approach based on project data entered by the user.

     
  • Real-time road condition sensor

    The Model 5439 Surface Sentinel communicates temperature, air temperature, relative humidity, and dew point via SDI-12 protocol compatible with standard datalogger and telemetry options.

     
  • Web-based fleet, fuel management program

    The digital tool improves fleet tracking, job monitoring, and maintenance management.

     
  • Wireless traffic monitoring

    Mikros EIC (Eltec Intelligent Controller) DC traffic controller’s conflict monitor continuously checks system communication, signal voltage, signal load current, and battery voltage for solar-powered hybrid beacon and traffic systems.

     
  • Automated pavement-assessment program

    Features include integrated mapping and query capabilities; analysis tools for creating charts, tables, and graphs.

     
  • Integrated asset location, reporting system

    InfraMarker‘s three-step process pinpoints and identifies pipelines and other buried assets.

     
  • C2Logix FleetRoute and C2RouteApp

    FleetRoute offers a high-density routing solution for snow removal operations, street sweeping, meter reading, and the waste industry. Also available is the Web-based C2RouteApp, which is easy to use for point-to-point routes.

     
  • Solar Bright visual warning system

    The PATeye visual warning system alerts motorists to icy road conditions. The company is seeking early adopter agencies interested in evaluating the technology.

     
  • Operasoft SimpliCity web tool

    SimpliCity Web-based operations planning and management solution allows municipalities to manage snow operations, and even entire public works departments, with in-vehicle Android tablets.

     
  • Lufft MARWIS road weather sensor

    The MARWIS mobile advanced road weather information sensor can be mounted on any vehicle to collect road weather information (surface temperature, dew point, water film height), road conditions (humidity, snow, ice, frost), grip (friction), and other environmental data.

     
  • Cargill AccuBatch brine maker

    The AccuBatch entry-level brine maker’s simple plug-and-play design allows for easy setup, maintenance, operation, and cleanout.

     
 
 
 

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