According to Dr. Dimitri Grivas, Executive Director of IIAM, "Roadscanners was invited to join for the good reason that the technology development provided by the company offers new opportunities for effective infrastructure asset management."
Apart from its broad national role in transportation infrastructure management, IIAM
hosts the newly created Ground Penetrating Radar Institute
, which was founded in 2003 for the purpose of furthering GPR technology worldwide in providing effective solutions to transportation infrastructure problems.
Through this new partnership, Roadscanners
will gain an excellent testing platform for Road Doctor software in the road, bridge, runway and railway projects in the USA.Roadscanners
will bring to the partnership its knowledge of the developments in infrastructure surveys and road management in Europe, and its expertise in the testing of electrical properties of materials, which can be used to evaluate the mechanical properties of road and bridge materials."Road Doctor is an impressive system that will find broad uses in the US, and will help us improve dramatically the way we collect and integrate roadway data," said Dimitri Grivas