ISWIM consists of Individual and Corporate Members
Individual members are people who are interested in WIM, or are doing testing, research or business relating to WIM. Members can be from public or private sector organisations. Membership of ISWIM is FREE for all individual members, just register on this website.
Corporate members can be public or private organisations such as: governmental bodies (departments or divisions), universities, research or testing organisations and commercial companies (Vendors or Consultants).
Corporate Members support ISWIM through an annual fee depending on their size:
- Large Corporate Members with more than 250 staff have 5 votes in the General Assembly,
Annual fee: 600 €,
- Small Corporate Members with up to 250 employees have 2 votes in the General Assembly,
Annual fee: 400 €,
- Consultant Members providing only consultancy services have 1 vote in the General Assembly,
Annual fee: 50 €.
The ISWIM Board has recognized the following persons for their outstanding and sustained contribution to Weigh-in-Motion:
- Dr Clyde LEE, Emeritus Professor of the University of Texas, USA was nominated as the first Honorary Member of ISWIM for outstanding and sustained contribution to Weigh-in-Motion over five decades, his pioneering work, application, inspiration to others, and the development of ASTM-1318, the first WIM standard in the World.
- Dr Eugene O’BRIEN, Professor of the University College Dublin, Ireland for his work over 3 decades on the development of Bridge-WIM systems and applications, leading multiple national and international projects related to WIM and his contribution as founding member and first President of ISWIM.
- Bernard JACOB, of the University Gustave Eiffel, France for his work spanning over 3 decades on leading multiple national and international projects related to WIM , the development of the European COST-323 specifications and his contribution as founding member and second President of ISWIM.
- Chris KONIDITSIOTIS, from Australia for his work over 3 decades on leading multiple national and international projects related to WIM, the implementation of on-board WIM systems as the CEO of Transport Certification Australia (TCA) and his contribution as founding member, the third President and the current General Secretary of ISWIM.