FAA PAVEAIR 3.4.1
FAA PAVEAIR is a web-based airport pavement management system that provides users with historic and current information about airport pavement construction, maintenance and management.
FAA PAVEAIR is a web-based airport pavement management system that provides users with historic and current information about airport pavement construction, maintenance and management. The program offers users a planning tool capable of modeling airport pavement surface degradation due to external effects such as traffic and the environment. The program can be used with other FAA pavement applications, such as BAKFAA and COMFAA, to give users input to determine repair scheduling and strategies. It has been developed for installation and use on a stand-alone personal computer, an intranet, and the internet. An implementation of the internet version of FAA PAVEAIR is hosted and supported on a server at the William J. Hughes Technical Center, near Atlantic City, N.J., and is accessible from the following FAA PAVEAIR website.
If you have comments or issues with this software program, please contact Qingge Jia.
FAA PAVEAIR version 3.0, released October 1, 2017, has the improvements summarized below. Please visit the FAA PAVEAIR homepage View Change Log for a complete list of improvements.
- Micro Paver e70 support.
- Multiple database support in Prediction Modeling.
- Add SCI vs Age, FOD vs Age Family types in Prediction Modeling.
- Added FAA Family Curve library.
- Extended Condition Analysis to Branch and Network level.
A complete listing of changes are available in FAA PAVEAIR Change Log.