Users also have the option to use a mobile tablet to capture defects in areas that are inaccessible to vehicles such as pavements and cycle paths. – Sending the data back to HQ over 4G LTE. By using the system manually, users have access to a greater degree of control and flexibility. The mobile version has an extended feature set, including manual adjustments, 3D capture viewer and various workflows. Highway Measure has easily configurable API’s allowing it to be plugged in to the user’s applications and workflows. – Making the minimum impact to standard processes.
GPC Highways measure uses vehicle mounted 3D cameras to automatically detect, measure and map road defects to Google Maps as the user drives with no interaction – with real time notifications sent to HQ. Using artificial intelligence, the system uses the captured information in tandem with weather and traffic data to predict when a pothole will likely degrade, creating a more intelligent means of prioritising and coordinating proactive repairs. There is fully automated route planning embedded to further streamline the process, and our data is openly available for use in other systems or residents to view online to promote a sense of collaboration and validation.