The ROMDAS Laser Profilometer is a Class 1 Inertial Profiler that uses the combination of a laser and accelerometer to measure the elevation profile of the road with very high accuracy at highway speeds.
Raw Longitudinal Profile (Compatible with industry standard software like ProVal)
The ROMDAS Transverse Profile Loggers are used to measure the transverse profile (across the lane) of the road. We offer 2 versions of the TPL, our proven design with Ultrasonic Sensors and our all new Laser version that offers increased accuracy.
ROMDAS Video Logging modules are used to create a visual record of the road right-of-way (ROW) or direct pavement surface. The number of cameras and directions are customizable depending on the requirements of customers.
GPS is used to establish the location of the vehicle using GPS satellites. GPS data can be used to establish the road center line or referenced to other datasets simultaneously collected by a ROMDAS system. Referencing data with GPS coordinates allows for easy integration with GIS mapping or asset management software.
GPS Coordinates imprinted on all data collected by ROMDAS modules.
The High Resolution Distance Measurement Instrument (HR DMI) is used in situations where extremely accurate (< 0.1 m) distance measurements are required. The HRDMI is a requirement for any ROMDAS system using laser based equipment like LCMS, LRMS or Laser Profilometers.