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FAA PAVEAIR Web-Based Pavement Management Software

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FAA PAVEAIR Web-Based Pavement Management Software

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  1. FAA PAVEAIRWeb-Based Pavement Management Software

  2. What is an Airport Pavement Management System? • Discussed in FAA Advisory Circular 150/5380-7A • A system which identifies optimum strategies to maintain pavements at an adequate level of serviceability • Includes systematic procedures for scheduling maintenance and rehabilitation activities • Optimizes benefits while minimizing cost

  3. History of Airport Pavement Management Systems (APMS) • Development of Mainframe PAVER was started in 1968 for use on mainframe computers • Development was by the USACE for use by the Department of Defense (DOD) • Development of MicroPAVER was started in 1985 -funding was provided by the FAA for development by the ACOE • FAA version of MicroPAVER was delivered in 1987 • FAA PAVEAIR – web-based APMS released on Feb 10, 2011

  4. Benefits of an Airport Pavement Management System • Provides an objective and consistent evaluation of the condition of a network of pavements • Provides a systematic and documentable engineering basis for determining maintenance and rehabilitation needs • Identifies budget requirements necessary to maintain pavements at various levels of serviceability • Provides documentation on the present and future condition of the pavements in a network • Determines life-cycle costs for various maintenance and rehabilitation alternatives • Identifies the impact on the pavement network as a result of performing no major repairs

  5. Pavement Management Programs Must Include: • Pavement Inventory: • Location, type of pavement, dimensions, construction date • Inspection Schedule • Detailed inspection must be performed at least once a year • Drive-by inspection must be performed a minimum of once per month • Record Keeping: • Inspection date, location, distress types, maintenance scheduled or performed • Information Retrieval • Program Funding

  6. FAA PAVEAIR • FAA PAVEAIR Pavement Management System • Publicly available and free to use (source code available) • Databases can be made “public” or “private” • Includes similar functionality found in MicroPAVER version 5.3 • Web-based • Access though the Internet, Intranet, or a stand-alone PC

  7. Development • Development was started in May 2008 • The development and testing contractor is SRA International • FAA PAVEAIR has been developed from the ground – up as a new application

  8. Development • Program Requirements • The FAA is hosting a server installed at the WJHTC to be a repository for civil airport projects funded under the Airport Improvement Program (AIP). • The complete application is available for free download: • As a set of installation files. • Full source code. • Documentation for installation and operation.

  9. Development Import Databases Compatible with MicroPAVER. Able to import Micro Paver e60 file. Able to import Micro Paver MDB file. Import Steps: Data is uploaded into PDMSPaverImport. Data is converted and temporarily stored in PaverToPDMS. Data is then copied to a new PAVEAIR database. COMPATIBILITY WITH EXISTING MICROPAVER DATA

  10. Development • FAA PAVEAIR has been developed using ASTM D 5340, “Standard Test Method for Airport Pavement Condition Index Surveys” • Another valuable reference has been the currently out of print FAA Advisory Circular FAA-RD-80-55, “Procedure for Condition Survey of Civil Airports” • The first release of FAA PAVEAIR has the same functionality of MicroPAVER version 5.3

  11. Development • Program Requirements • Web-based application • that provides a system for easy dissemination of information for airport pavement construction, maintenance, and management. • Data for multiple airports available on a single server connected to the web • Suitable for installation and use on: • Single PC • Private network • Intranet or Internet.

  12. FAA PAVEAIR Functionality • Primary FAA PAVEAIR functionalities • Inventory • Work • Pavement Condition Index (PCI) • Standard Reports • Prediction Modeling • Condition Analysis • Maintenance & Rehabilitation (M&R) Plan • Additional FAA PAVEAIR Functionalities • Import of MicroPAVER databases • Export of PAVEAIR databases to XML • Security control • User and profile management

  13. FAA PAVEAIR Release • The release of FAA PAVEAIR for public use took place on February 10, 2011. • FAA Hosted Online Version: • FAA PAVEAIR can also be accessed at the National Airport Pavement Test Facility website:

  14. FAA Hosted Online Version • Advantages Disadvantages • No installation required • Requires internet access; • Always the most current cannot be used offline version • Data stored on FAA Servers • Data can be Public or Private • Data can be accessed from any computer with internet access

  15. Intranet Version • Advantages Disadvantages • No Installation required • Need dedicated server for clients • Must be maintained • Data stored on company • Requires access to servers (Private) intranet servers; • Data can be accessed cannot be used offline from any computer with access to the intranet server

  16. Locally Installed Version • Advantages Disadvantages • Can be used off-line • Must be maintained • Data is stored directly • Requires installation on your computer of IIS and SQL server express • IIS is only available on premium versions of Windows • Can only be accessed from the computer it is installed on.

  17. Capabilities • FAA PAVEAIR is able to: • Collect: • Divide airport pavements into uniform sections • Record PCI data for each section • Store: • Pavement condition history i.e. Pavement Condition Index (PCI) • Pavement construction and maintenance history

  18. Capabilities • FAA PAVEAIR is able to: • Analyze • Generate network level reports for planning, budgeting, inspection scheduling, and pavement condition at any time, • Provide project level analysis for M & R requirements and perform economic analyses for different M & R alternatives • Share Data

  19. Home Page

  20. Registration Various user security and access rights Executive summary/review Administrator (establish rights) Data input (owner), etc.

  21. Database Screen

  22. Inventory Update Screen

  23. Network Inventory Screen

  24. Work History Screen

  25. PCI Input Screen

  26. Condition Analysis Screen

  27. M&R Plan Screen

  28. Report Screen

  29. FAA PAVEAIR Mapping Function

  30. User Profile Screen

  31. Future FAA PAVEAIR Work • Track and correct bug fixes after release • Evaluate the feasibility of upgrading FAA PAVEAIR to comply with the FAA Airport Geographical Information System (AGIS) • Conduct User’s Group meetings to improve the application • Develop procedures for disaster recovery and continuity of operations plans in the event normal operations are interrupted

  32. Future FAA PAVEAIR Work • Develop User Interface to manage users and profiles • Evaluate automated Pavement Condition Index feasibility • Continued support and development after initial deployment • Provide a Spanish and French language version • Support for MicroPAVER e65 files

  33. Integration • Possible Implementations • By the FAA for AIP projects. • By large Airport Authorities. • By state DOT’s for GA airports (NASAO interest). • By consulting and engineering services companies for private or customer only access. • FAA will continue support and development after initial deployment; for example include functions to comply with existing FAA GIS Standards.

  34. Integration of FAA PAVEAIR with Existing Pavement Applications: • – BAKFAA (Strength Evaluation) • – COMFAA (PCN Load Rating) • – FAARFIELD (Thickness Design) • – ProFAA (Roughness Condition Evaluation)

  35. BAKFAA Strength Evaluation FAARFIELD Thickness Design PAVEAIR Web-Based PMS ProFAA Roughness Condition Evaluation COMFAA PCN Load Rating Integration of FAA PAVEAIR

  36. FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION FWD-HWD ROUND-UP 2010 • Evaluate specifications and methodologies for existing FWD-HWD equipment for use in pavement design and construction. • Specially constructed rigid and flexible test sections will be available inside the NAPTF. • The round-up was conducted in Oct. and Nov. 2010. • Website:

  37. FAA PAVEAIR Project Manager Albert Larkin FAA Airport Technology R & D Branch AJP-6312, Building 296 William J. Hughes Technical Center Atlantic City, NJ 08405 Phone: (609) 485-5552 Email:

  38. Thank You