Thursday, April 18, 2019
2 p.m. Eastern
DOTs and Agencies face numerous challenges in implementing effective transportation asset management programs. This webinar discusses the future of transportation asset management and what you need to consider in order to make better decisions to improve your operations. Through a review of industry trends and best practices this webinar will help you identify opportunities to improve and enhance your road and bridge operations.
- Make data driven decisions – the right data at the right time to make the right decisions
- Reduce maintenance and operational costs – determine priorities, manage risk and improve decision making
- Ensure regulatory compliance – fulfill regulatory and government reporting requirements
- Enable Strategic Asset Management – improve service, safety and reliability through decision support tools
Vice President of Roadway Asset Management
Dan Vogen is vice president, roadway asset management at Bentley Systems. He has worked with transportation agencies for the last 25 years, focusing on asset inventory, operation, maintenance, and oversize/overweight permitting automation. Vogen works with global development and implementation teams in the United States, Europe, and Asia, supporting transportation asset management systems worldwide. He has a Master of Science in computer science from the Illinois Institute of Technology.
Director of Roadway Asset Management
Russell Page’s career started in municipal engineering within UK local government, focusing on all aspects of operations for asset management in transportation. He has spent the last 30 years of his career dedicated to delivering asset management solutions to transportation agencies around the world to support users in advancing their asset management practices. He joined Bentley Systems in 2009 and is currently the Director of Roadway Asset Management.
Senior Product Manager
Joshua Johnson is a licensed professional engineer and has been working in the transportation industry for 15 years; working for a State DOT, an engineering consulting firm and now as a product manager and industry strategist for Bentley. He has a B.S. in Civil Engineering as well as a M.S. in Construction Management, and has done extensive research related to transportation including authoring several publications, serving on several TRB committees and task panels, and providing professional consulting and training to transportation agencies.