Enhanced technology reduces time requirements for pavement infrastructure data collection by 90%
— Nathan Kebede, Chief Operating Officer, ARRB Group, Inc.
EXTON, PENNSYLVANIA, UNITED STATES, November 20, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — ARRB Group, Inc. (ARRB) has announced the addition of a new iPAVe (intelligent Pavement Assessment Vehicle) to its growing fleet of data-collection vehicles in the United States. ARRB introduced the first iPAVe in 2016 and has collected thousands of miles of roadway condition data for Federal and State Departments of Transportation (DOT) clients over the last four years.
The iPAVe is a tractor-trailer-based system that collects comprehensive roadway condition data using cameras, sensors, lasers and 3D scanners. The iPAVe integrates technologies that enable the collection of roadway surface defects, structural capacity, and right-of-way information…