Surface Systems & Instruments, Inc.

Data Analysis & Reporting

At a Glance

SSI’s data analysis software program delivers extensive functionality for data visualization, analysis, and reporting. Settings are configurable for producing reports compliant with applicable DOT specifications. Figure 2 is an example of a dual wheel track IRI report available instantaneously after data collection. 

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Figure 2—Sample View of Dual Track IRI Report

Core features of SSI’s Profiler 3 for data analysis are: 

  • Customizable defaults for initial report shown, file naming conventions, and user hot keys
  • Infinitely re-write raw data files with different parameters. Freely changes any parameters, such as units of measurement (English or metric), various ride indexes (IRI, MRI, HRI, PRI, RN), and multiple filtering options
  • Many options for working with localized roughness, including IRI based, straightedge and profilograph “must-grind bumps”
  • View detailed profile trace or graphs of continuous IRI, MRI, or HRI
  • Match wheel paths to view multiple profiles side-by-side; choose and deselect which wheel path to view in report window
  • Zoom and pan over detailed horizontal profile trace view to study pavement features
  • Edit profile data in post-processing (e.g. change starting position, direction of travel, change or add location notes, pauses, equations and more
  • With GPS view the profile trace and ride/roughness statistics in Google Earth and Maps
  • Simple 1-click PDF reports
  • Automatically receive program updates via Internet
  • License provided for desktop computer use
  • Windows® 7/8/10 Pro based programs
  • Integrated user manual for easy access

 

Figure 3 below shows a profile trace with details about areas of localized roughness (IRI peaks/troughs or must grind-bumps) according to the settings entered by the user.

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Figure 3—Sample View of 3 Profile Trace Profile Data

 

 

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At a Glance

SSI’s data analysis software program delivers extensive functionality for data visualization, analysis, and reporting. Settings are configurable for producing reports compliant with applicable DOT specifications. Figure 2 is an example of a dual wheel track IRI report available instantaneously after data collection. 

Figure 2

Figure 2—Sample View of Dual Track IRI Report

Core features of SSI’s Profiler 3 for data analysis are: 

 

Figure 3 below shows a profile trace with details about areas of localized roughness (IRI peaks/troughs or must grind-bumps) according to the settings entered by the user.

Figure3

Figure 3—Sample View of 3 Profile Trace Profile Data