Infrasense at Northeastern Universiry

NIST-Sponsored research project to develop vehicle based system system for automatically detecting pavement conditions

Infrasense supported the research team at Northeastern University in developing a survey vehicle system to automatically detect and process surface and subsurface roadway defects. The project, entitled VOTERS (Versatile Onboard Traffic Embedded Roaming Sensors), is part of NIST’s Technology Innovation Program, and focuses on the subsurface sensing of pavements and bridge decks. Some of the…

I93 pavement evaluation boston infrasense

Pavement Thickness Evaluation of the I-93 Viaduct North of Boston

Infrasense completed a subsurface pavement structure investigation of both directions of a 1-mile long viaduct on Interstate 93, just north of Boston. This viaduct, adjacent to the Leonard P. Zakim Bridge, leads directly into Boston, so minimal traffic disruption of this corridor is a priority. Infrasense used a high-speed ground penetrating radar (GPR) survey to detect…