Monthly Archive: October 2016

IC Benefit-Cost Analysis Paper

A research paper is published by Transportation Geotechnics demonstrates “use of IC reduces compaction costs by as much as 54 percent and results in a US$15,385 annual savings per 1.6 km throughout the roadway’s life.”  Get the paper to learn further details (Savan et al. (2016), Benefit-cost analysis and application of intelligent compaction for transportation, Transportation Geotechnics, Volume 9, Pages 57–68)!

IC Presentation at Chinese Compaction Equipment Conference

Prof. Guanghui Xu of Southwest University of China (Co-founder of IICTG) will make an IC presentation entitled “Current Status of Future Development of Intelligent Compaction – International Activities and Development in the past Two Years” (Chinese Title: 智能压实现状与发展 — 近两年国际会议与压实机械相关情况介绍) on October 17 at the 2016 Chinese Pavement and Compaction Equipment Annual Meeting (Chinese Title: 2016年路面与压实机械行业年会) in Lanfang City, Heibei Province, China. (Courtesy of IICTG Partner – Const Machine and Tech Magazine, China)



IC Presentations at Trimble Dimensions 2016

There will be several intelligent compaction (IC) presentation at the Trimble Dimensions 2016 conference in Las Vegas, NV, USA on November 7th and 8th.

[CEC90152] MNDOT’s Use of Intelligent Compaction and VETA to Examine Workmanship
by Rebecca Embacher, Advanced Materials and Technology Engineer, Minnesota Department of
Transportation, Scheduled Monday, Nov 07, 10:30 a.m. 11:30 a.m. | Marco Polo 705

[CEC90154] Implementation of Intelligent Compaction in the US
By Dr. George K. Chang, Director of Research, Transtec Group
Tuesday, Nov 08, 2:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. | Marco Polo 701

Ms. Embacher is an IC champion at MnDOT, also the leading State for the Pooled Fund Study  “TPF-5(334) Enhancement to the Intelligent Construction Data Management System (Veta) and Implementation“.

Dr. Chang is the leader for the Veta Development Team and the FHWA Team for US national IC implementation. He is also the president of International Intelligent Construction Technologies Group (