LENDIS has a long history of completed projects. Here are just a few of them.

"Engineering and Network Support Services for the TFHRC"

For Federal Highway Administration

8/98 - 7/03

LENDIS provides comprehensive engineering and network support to the FHWA's Turner Fairbank Highway Research Center (TFHRC). This is a highly visible project of key importance to the success of the Nationally Coordinated Program (NCP) for highway research and development, administered by the Office of Research, Development, and Technology (RD&T) of FHWA. The work covers two main areas: Systems and Engineering Applications Programming Analysis and Network Operations.

"Development, Operation, and Maintenance of HSIS-III"

For Federal Highway Administration

1/97 - 12/00

Together with the Highway Safety Research Center of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, LENDIS provides an onsite engineering and programming team at FHWA's TFHRC. LENDIS is responsible for the day-to-day operation of FHWA's HSIS (Highway Safety Inforrnation System) Lab. HSIS is multi-state, multi-year database containing accident, roadway, vehicle, occupants, and traffic information.

"Data Center Technical Support Services for the FDIC"

For Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

3/97 - 2/01

Together with Computer Resource Management, Inc. (CRM), LENDIS provides FDIC with a wide range of systems life cycle technical support services for its mainframe computer systems and its SUN SPARCenter 2000s at the Virginia Square Data Center. Typical tasks include systems installation, testing, and programming support; Data Center architecture/standards development; business recovery support; systems performance monitoring, capacity planning, and tuning; storage management; and systems integrity and acceptance testing.

"Automatic Data Processing (ADP) Support Services for the Tumer-Fairbank Highway Research Center"

For Federal Highway Administration

5/95 - 7/98

As a subcontractor to Scientific Technology, Inc., LENDIS provides computer operations support for FHWA's Office of Research and Development. Typical tasks include the operations and administration of a LAN system consisting of a fiber optic backbone, more than a dozen file servers, intelligent hubs, and approximately 300 workstations; remote batch processing and interactive time sharing with internal and external mainframe installations; code library management; data/system security; management and reporting of ADP accounts; and system access and technical assistance to FHWA personnel and contractors.

"Development, Operation, and Maintenance of HSIS-II"

For Federal Highway Administration

12/92 - 4/97

Together with the Highway Safety Research Center of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, LENDIS provides an onsite engineering and programming team at FHWA's TFHRC. LENDIS is responsible for the day-to-day operation of FHWA's HSIS (Highway Safety Information System) Lab and the development of a windows-based pedestrian and bicycle crash typing program. This project is the predecessor of the project in item No. 1.

"Development and Presentation of FRESIM Training Courses"

For Federal Highway Administration

7/92 - 2/97

With VICOR Associates, Inc., LENDIS developed a two-day training course on FHWA's microscopic freeway simulation model FRESIM and its auxiliary programs. LENDIS provided an instructor to present the course at sites and dates designated by FHWA.

"Development of Sign Management System (SMS)"

For Federal Highway Administration

4/96 - 1/97

LENDIS developed the Sign Management System (SMS), a computer program for tracking signs and predicting deteriorating signs in need of replacement. The program allows state and local highway agencies to maintain an integrated sign inventory, inspection, and maintenance/replacement management system. It includes the modeling of factors affecting sign retrorefleetivity level and the ability to locate signs by either a milepost, or distance from intersection, or milepoint reference system.

"Network Communications Systems"

For Federal Highway Administration

5/93 - 7/93

LENDIS procured all required hardware and software, and configured and set up the Novell NACS and NAS communications servers for Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center. The two servers provide in- and out-bound communication and connection services for the Center's LAN systems.