Right-of-Way Imaging (ROW)
Signs and other roadside inventory disappear or become damaged in many ways. Manual recordings on the road have a number of disadvantages. ROW Imaging provides permanent documentation in sufficient quality to prevent misidentification. By comparing the current images with images from the previous recording side-by-side, differences are easy to spot.
Besides a camera pointing forward, an additional camera can be installed pointing to the rear, which allows all signs from the opposite lane to be read without traveling the road twice.
Post processing software synchronizes each image with other measurements made in the same vehicle based on the high precision odometer tags. This could be information such as road profile and crack detection.
With coordinates, the images can be added to any GIS system.
ROW Imaging supports multiple cameras and the number, type and placement of the cameras can be selected or changed after purchase
All cameras are user selectable and they are mounted with adjustable brackets, to let the operator adjust the angle of view, giving both flexibility and the ability to read small signs at great distances.
Cameras can be mounted in a separate camera house on the top of the vehicle for flexibility, or inside the vehicle for maximum protection.