DETAILED PROGRAMME

Opening Session
Mon. May 20, 10:00-12:00
10:00-10:15 Ing., Ph.D. Jindřich Frič, Director of CDV
10:15-10:25 Olga Selezneva, TRB WIM subcommittee chair
10:25-10:35 Chris Koniditsiotis, President of ISWIM
10:35-10:50 Andrew Lees, Vice-president End-users of ISWIM, Vendor College chair
10:50-11:00 Bernard Jacob, Vice-president Science of ISWIM, representing OECD/ITF, PIARC and FEHRL
11:00-11:15 ISWIM Scholarship 2019's Winners (announced by Lily Poulikakos)
11:15-12:00 Opening of the exhibition
Session 1 : End-users Experience with WIM
Mon. May 20, 14:30-16:00
Chair:Jonathan Regehr (University of Manitoba, Canada)
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French policy to prevent overloading
47Array
Use of the French WIM equipment database
27Array
Portable WIM as a Tool for realistic Traffic Loading Factors on Macedonian National Road Network
Session 2 : B-WIM Technology
Mon. May 20, 16:30-18:00
Chair:Aleš Žnidarič (ZAG, Slovenia)
52Array
Axle Load Spectra Characteristics of the Swedish Road Network based on BWIM measurements
12Array
The virtual Axle Concept for Bridge Weigh-in-Motion Systems
19Array
Effectiveness of the correlation approach for determination of vehicle velocity on real world nor-BWIM data
45Array
Bridge weigh-in-motion (B-WIM) as the main tool for issuing Special Traffic Authorizations (STAs) in Brazil
Session 3 : Quality of Data and Enforcement
Tue. May 21, 9:00-10:30
Chair:Jesus Leal (CEDEX, Spain)
3Vittorio DOLCEMASCOLO
Bernard JACOB, David BéTAILLE
Innovative Use of piezoelectric Speed Enforcement Systems for Weight Data Collection
37Array
Accuracy requirements for weigh-in-motion systems for direct enforcement
42Array
Evaluation and Calibration Methodology of HS-WIM Dynamic System in Brazil
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Brazilian National Program for Vehicle Overloading Prevention: Pilot Application
Session 4 : WIM for direct Enforcement
Tue. May 21, 11:00-12:30
Chair:Valter Zanela Tani (UFSC/LabTrans, Brazil)
7Daniel RILL
Christiane BUTZ, Michael TAHEDL
Application of Deep Learning Technique in High Speed Weigh-In-Motion Systems for Direct Enforcement
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Weight Enforcement Network of Hungary (A multilevel case study on WIM)
16Array
Approach of the Wallonian Legal Metrology (Belgium) for Weigh-In-Motion (WIM) free-flow direct Enforcement
46Array
High-speed Weigh-in-motion road tests in France
Session 5 : WIM innovative Technologies
Tue. May 21, 14:45-16:00
Chair:Chul-Woo Kim (Kyoto University, Japan)
8Jehan BOREUX
Loïc WARSCOTTE, Adriana ANTOFIE, Dominique CORBAYE
WIM without Using Scales
51Array
Learnings from On-Board Mass type approvals
55Array
Asphalt Embedded Fibre Optic Weigh-in-Motion Technology
82Array
Specifications for Multi-Brand Truck Platooning
Session 6 : WIM Data for Bridges
Wed. May 22, 9:00-10:30
Chair:Franziska Schmidt (IFSTTAR, France)
5Gustavo OTTO
Lucas FRANCESCHI, Bruno DE MELO GEVAERD, Rafael ALEIXO DE SOUZA, Amir MATTAR VALENTE
Statistical Approach of Bridge Health Monitoring Using an Acceleration-Based B-WIM System
34Array
Fatigue Assessment of Normandy Bridge under Traffic Loading
41Array
Application of WIM Data for Probabilistic Bridge Assessment
49Array
Effect of quality of weigh-in-motion data on load effects on bridges
Session 7 : WIM Data for Infrastructure
Wed. May 22, 14:45-16:30
Chair:Eugene Obrien (UCD, Ireland)
4David BéTAILLE
Mohamed BOUTELDJA, Bernard JACOB
WIM Data Applications: Practical Examples from Ireland
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Impact of overloaded vehicles on asphalt pavement fatigue life
32Array
Impacts of the lack of weight enforcement on maintenance costs of the Brazilian roadway
21Array
Road Preservation using direct Enforcement WIM: In-the-field Experience from the Russian Federation
Session 8 : WIM Technology Assessment
Thur. May 23, 9:00-10:30
Chair:Lily Poulikakos (EMPA, Switzerland)
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WIM Sensor Performance and Stability across Time Periods and Variations in Temperature
31Array
Study of the dynamic Effects of Loads and Actions to reduce the Uncertainties
43Array
Bending plate WIM system analisis considering the dynamics of the platform
38Array
Design of a Feasibility Study of Portable WIM Systems in Manitoba
Session Posters
Mon. May 20, 13:00-14:30 + Tue. May 21, 13:30-14:45 + Wed. May 22, 13:30-14:45
Panel Discussion 1 : WIM for direct enforcement
Tue. May 21, 16:30-18:00
Chair:Bernard Jacob (IFSTTAR, France)
Adriana Antofie (BE), Victor Dolcemascolo (FR), Javier Jorge (AR), Ivan Kříž (CZ), Jonathan Regehr (CND), Gerard Schipper (ECR), Miklos Toldi (HU)
Panel Discussion 2 : WIM data quality for applications
Wed. May 22, 11:00-12:30
Chair:Chris Koniditsiotis (TCA, Australia)
Jens Dierke (DE), Miles Le Roux (SA), Chul-Woo Kim (JP), Lily Poulikakos (CH), Olga Selezneva (US), Valter Tani (BR)
End-users Workshop 1 : Transport Efficiency & Safety
Mon. May 20, 13:00-14:30
Chair:Chris Koniditsiotis (TCA, Australia)
HaenniDaniel KneubuhlWeigh the loads and save the roads!
IRDTamas BerzsenyiImproving road safety using Tire Anomaly Detection and Weigh in Motion
CameaJan FucikCAMEA WIM: Unique Customer Solutions
IntercompEric PetersonSensors and Stability: Performance with low cost ownership
MikrosHenk BothaAssuring continuous Data integrity every step of the way
End-users Workshop 2 : Advanced Weight Enforcement
Tue. May 21, 13:30-14:45
Chair:Bernard Jacob (IFSTTAR, France)
VanjeeZhao ZhaiAll-inclusive WIM Direct Enforcement system collects complete chain of traffic legal evidence to regulate overloaded truck
CrossTomáš JuříkOptiWIM - New WIM Capabilities and Applications Enabled by Fibre-Optic Technology
KapschStefan DaxbergerWIM integration into Electronic Tolling
SterelaBenoit GeroudetApproach of the Walloon Public Service for WIM direct enforcement
TDSFlorian WeissOIML R-134 certification of WIM systems
End-users Workshop 3 : Infrastructure Design & Maintenance
Wed. May 22, 13:30-14:45
Chair:Aleš Žnidarič (ZAG, Slovenia)
Q-FreeColin ReekieWeigh in Motion - For Asset Monitoring and Education (Prevention is better than cure)
CestelMatija MavricAn innovative way of using Bridge WIM data
KistlerTomas PospisekEffective protection of bridges against overload: use case from Mexico
TE ConnectivityRichard BrownRoadTrax BL: Over Two Decades
Closing Session
Thu. May 23, 11:00-12:15
11:00-11:10 Olga Selezneva, TRB WIM subcommittee chair - North American perspectives
11:10-11:30 Pr. Eugene O'Brien, UCD, Ireland - Output and scientific conclusions
11:30-11:40 Bernard Jacob, vice-president Science of ISWIM - R&D perspectives and challenges
11:40-11:50 Andy Lees, vice-president end-users of ISWIM - Market perspectives
11:50-12:05 Awards ceremony
12:05-12:15 Chris Koniditsiotis, president of ISWIM - Closure and next ICWIM