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9 report(s) found for Newell W. Crookston
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The objective of this project is to produce a prototype CD-ROM containing the manual in an electronic format, which can be viewed directly from the CD. Specific objectives include: establish and meet with a technical advisory committee to receive direction and feedback; consolidate data from various...

 

The overall objective of this project is to develop a prototype virtual machine that fits on current ATMS controllers and provides functionality for complex traffic operations. The virtual machine will be developed and tested using the popular controller: the Matrix Model 2070 ATMS Controller. The controller...

 

This project was initiated to develop and select advanced computer programs to improve roadway hydraulic and hydrologic design tools available for use by UDOT engineers and consultants. The development and selection of such computer software that utilizes engineering analysis along with interactive graphics...

 

This study was conducted to determine if efficiencies could be gained through the process of standardizing data storage mechanisms to permit diversity at the operating level while maintaining data compatibility for aggregation at higher levels in the organization. Transportation agencies use many computer...

 

This report describes the development of a Standard Modular Data Storage System. Features inventory data, pavement management data, and other maintenance data can be organized as modules in a common data repository. This repository can be imported into an enterprise database such as Informix. The use...

 

The objective of this research is to develop a computer-based delivery system for one of Utah DOT's existing, traditional classroom training activities. The Flagging Recertification Training and Exam was selected by the UDOT Technical Advisory Committee. The research was divided into two phases: (1)...

 

A variety of computer tools are being used by UDOT to serve diverse maintenance management needs. Many of the tools are individually tailored for a specific purpose and lack the functionality to share data with other applications. This has resulted in the establishment of numerous databases which are...

 

The Utah DOT recently investigated the cost and effectiveness of entry-level video conferencing systems (see MPC 96-67). The success of the project catalyzed the next phase of the project to install eight more of the systems around the state of Utah and to test their capabilities when used in a larger...

 

This research project investigated the practicality of desktop conferencing as a low-end telecommunications alternative to the Utah Educational Network (UEN) and traditional travel to and from meeting sites.

 
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