The Laboratory Information Materials Management System (LIMMS) is a highly efficient software ecosystem, which uses a system of computers, electronic identification tags, and cloud servers to track, manage, analyze materials. LIMMS allows MassDOT to perform data analysis on its construction materials like never before, for the purpose of discovering and modeling useful test data, making informed conclusions, and supporting decision-making.
The presentation will provide an overview of the LIMMS project timeline from conception to implementation. Global and project functionality will also be reviewed including how materials inspection, sampling, and testing is performed in the system. Finally, the LIMMS data analytics capabilities will be discussed.
The panelists will be from the MassDOT Research and Materials Laboratory: Richard Mulcahy, Megi Martini, and Alana Geary
Closed captioning will be provided for the session.