RoadBotics introduces Image Logger on smartphone-based asset management operating system


RoadBotics is announcing the addition of Image Logger to its growing suite of products to help communities digitize their assets including roads, sidewalks, trails, and more. This innovative technology places time-stamped geo-spatial image data on a GIS-enabled map, creating an easy way for communities to view all of their public assets on one platform. 

RoadBotics, known for revolutionary automated pavement assessments made possible by the simplicity of using a smartphone for data collection, has taken their proprietary technology to the next level. With only a smartphone, users can collect data on roads and adjacent assets such as signage and public right of ways including sidewalks, bike trails, and walking paths. Whether collected monthly, seasonally, or before and after maintenance projects, having up-to-date data is invaluable for public infrastructure asset management.

The Image Logger is the first product released on the brand new RoadWay Operating System (OS), a cloud-based online platform. RoadWay OS helps governments manage and administer their public infrastructure asset data in one central location.

Viewable from a desk or out in the field, Image Logger maps simplify decision making, saving users time and money.  “The Image Logger is a great addition to our existing products and tools for road and infrastructure management,” says RoadBotics head of product, Matt Lucas. “It helps our clients to better administer their assets while saving valuable resources.”

“Here at RoadBotics, we understand the needs of our clients and aim to create useful and user-friendly products that support their asset management goals. The Image Logger accomplishes that objective by the ease of use and breadth of data available,” says RoadBotics president and co-founder, Benjamin Schmidt, PhD.

The Image Logger was released in early June as the first of many new products that will be introduced on RoadWay OS. RoadBotics is committed to developing technologies to support governments of all sizes in their efforts to maintain community assets efficiently and effectively.

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Tom has edited Traffic Technology International (TTi) magazine and its Traffic Technology Today website since May 2014. During his time at the title, he has interviewed some of the top transportation chiefs at public agencies around the world as well as CEOs of leading multinationals and ground-breaking start-ups. Tom's earlier career saw him working on some the UK's leading consumer magazine titles. He has a law degree from the London School of Economics (LSE).