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iSAVe

Continuous pavement friction measurement

Overview

Avoid slip-ups with this cutting-edge development in friction and inter-related pavement safety measurements. The intelligent Safety Assessment Vehicle, or iSAVe, is a critical tool for ensuring the safety of motorists in wet road conditions, by pinpointing areas where vehicle tyres have less grip on the road.

The iSAVe utilizes Hawkeye Insight for data interrogation and visualization, to allow for identification of areas that have high crash risk pavement surfacing conditions.

Overview

Avoid slip-ups with this cutting-edge development in friction and inter-related pavement safety measurements. The intelligent Safety Assessment Vehicle, or iSAVe, is a critical tool for ensuring the safety of motorists in wet road conditions, by pinpointing areas where vehicle tyres have less grip on the road.

The iSAVe utilises Hawkeye Insight for data interrogation and visualisation, to allow for identification of areas that have high crash risk pavement surfacing conditions.

  • A major advancement in measuring skid resistance and inter-related road surface characteristics
  • Helps ensure treatments are appropriate to provide a level of ‘grip’ on a road network
  • An array of sensors capable of collecting inter-related pavement safety measurements such as roughness, rutting, macrotexture, imagery, geometry
  • Areas of high friction demand such as corners, at stops, and tight curves can be assessed objectively with synchronized inter-related pavement safety measurements
  • Data can be cross-referenced with crash data to identify potentially high-risk friction areas
  • A major advancement in measuring skid resistance and inter-related road surface characteristics
  • Helps ensure treatments are appropriate to provide a level of ‘grip’ on a road network
  • An array of sensors capable of collecting inter-related pavement safety measurements such as roughness, rutting, macrotexture, imagery, geometry
  • Areas of high friction demand such as corners, at stops, and tight curves can be assessed objectively with synchronised inter-related pavement safety measurements
  • Data can be cross-referenced with crash data to identify potentially high-risk friction areas
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