City of Clovis partnered with RoadBotics to map their street conditions
Problem: The City of Clovis is located in eastern New Mexico and is the county seat of Curry County. Public works crews would assess the condition of their 260-mile road network manually by closing down sections of it and performing a visual inspection. This process was time-consuming, and the road closures were inconvenient for residents. Because of the technical jargon associated with pavement assessments, city officials could not adequately describe why they made particular pavement decisions to their resident.
Solution: In December 2019, the City partnered with RoadBotics to map their street conditions.
Roadway solution of RoadBotics works in 3 steps:
Using your smartphone, GoPro, 360 camera, or drone footage, collect visual data of the roads. The imagery collected will immediately appear on RoadWay, allowing to easily see what’s been covered and what still needs to be collected.
The road imagery is then fed through the artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms. RoadBotics technology is built on years of advanced research and development, and the algorithms have been precisely tuned to deliver objective and actionable data.
The imagery and ratings are mapped on RoadWay, the interactive online platform. Views can be customized to gain the insight needed to create preventative maintenance and construction plans.
The Embedded Maps function generates a few lines of code that can be copied and pasted into any web page, allowing to share an interactive map of the road network.