Roadscanners is participating BAUMA in Munich April 11-17, 2016. You can meet us at booth EOE, 07. http://www.bauma.de/trade-fair/visitors/
Road Doctor 3 Viewer is published. You can download the software fro FREE from: http://www.roadscanners.com/product/road-doctor-viewer3/
According to findings of recent research projects that Roadscanners has participated, the impacts of new heavy trucks on the pavement life time can be substantially higher than earlier was predicted. In Nordic countries the total weigh and length of trucks have been increasing and new … Continue reading Impacts of New Heavy Trucks on the Pavement Life Time
The latest technologies will rescue the paved road network – the project begins in Lapland and Central-Finland The Finnish Traffic Agency, Centres for Economic Development, Transport and the Environment from Lapland and Central-Finland have, as of March 2015, started a project which is called “PEHKO … Continue reading PEHKO 2015-2025 Project has started
Roadscanners has launched new 3rd generation Road Doctor® 3 software. Road Doctor® 3 has new idea of how software can be tailored based on clients needs. Software has the “core” with basic needed features and 7 modules – where client is able to choose the … Continue reading Road Doctor® 3 LAUNCHED !
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During January 11 and 15, 2015 Roadscanners is attending the Transportation Research Bord annual meeting in Washington D.C. The spotlight theme for the meeting will be: Corridors to the Future: Transportation and Technology.
15th International Conference on Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR 2014) will be held in Brussels, Belgium, from June 30 to July 4, 2014. The International Conference on Ground Penetrating Radar is a longstanding traditional event making the premier forum of research and applications in the field … Continue reading Meet us at the GPR 2014 Conference!
Roadscanners has given contribution to TRIMM research project. The aim of the project is to enhance the management of road infrastructure assets by complementing or replacing existing monitoring systems, thus creating a comprehensive and efficient toolbox of monitoring systems and indicators that will provide the … Continue reading TRIMM – Tomorrow’s Road Infrastructure Monitoring & Management