Surface Systems & Instruments, Inc.

Images & Distress

 

Overview

Forward or downward facing camera images can be added as an option on SSI’s inertial and transverse surface measurement systems. The pictures are correlated with surface profile trace, pavement condition results, and GPS positions. SSI’s Profiler 3 software provides a configurable viewer solution for viewing combined procure and surface data.

 

Right of Way Camera Images

A dashboard mounted HD camera provides high resolution ROW (right of way) images, which are synchronized with the set of surface measurements that are installed onto the system (ride quality, rutting, etc.). GPS positions are also synched and reported with the images.

 

Pavement Surface Images

Downward facing images are available to record high definition pictures of the pavement surface. SSI’s viewer software allows users to view images associated with areas of localized roughness or particular IRI or rut values. Advanced users can process the images either manually or by automated processes for distress characterization.

 

 

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Overview

Forward or downward facing camera images can be added as an option on SSI’s inertial and transverse surface measurement systems. The pictures are correlated with surface profile trace, pavement condition results, and GPS positions. SSI’s Profiler 3 software provides a configurable viewer solution for viewing combined procure and surface data.

 

Right of Way Camera Images

A dashboard mounted HD camera provides high resolution ROW (right of way) images, which are synchronized with the set of surface measurements that are installed onto the system (ride quality, rutting, etc.). GPS positions are also synched and reported with the images.

 

Pavement Surface Images

Downward facing images are available to record high definition pictures of the pavement surface. SSI’s viewer software allows users to view images associated with areas of localized roughness or particular IRI or rut values. Advanced users can process the images either manually or by automated processes for distress characterization.