Anita Ihs
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Description

Dr. Anita Ihs is, since 1994, project manager and researcher at VTI within the field of road maintenance and operations. She has been working with R&D contracts from the Swedish Road Administration but also from the European Commission and other clients.
One major field of research concerns pavement management systems and in this case particularly models describing the road user effects of the road surface condition. Dr. Ihs has been the project manager for a main project called “The impact of road surface on traffic” during the period 1998-2004, where the objective was to improve and complement the road user effect models in the Swedish pavement management system.
Another field of research is techniques and methods for winter maintenance. Dr. Ihs has among other things participated in the COST 344 action: Improvements to Snow and Ice Control on European Roads.
Dr. Ihs is since September 2006 the coordinator of the EU project HeavyRoute (Intelligent Route Guidance for HeavyVehicles) within the Sixth Framework Programme. The project ends in February 2009. Website: http://heavyroute.fehrl.org
Dr. Ihs is also an active participant in the INTRO (Intelligent Roads) project within the Sixth Framework Programme.
Since 2005 Dr. Ihs is the project manager of large Nordic project, commissioned by the Nordic Road Administrations, concerning road-works at night. The project is to be completed in 2008.


Lectures:

lecture
flag Presentations of project results - HeavyRoute09
as author at  HeavyRoute Final Seminar,
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  lecture
flag Driving simulator and field tests
as author at  HeavyRoute Final Seminar,
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introduction
flag Welcome and introduction to HeavyRoute09
as author at  HeavyRoute Final Seminar,
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  lecture
flag HeavyRoute - Intelligent route guidance for heavy vehicles
as author at  Traffic Safety,
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