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26 March 2014

 

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High-speed markings measurement from AMAC

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2014
Daily News
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The Advanced Mobile Asset Collection (AMAC) system measures traffic sign and pavement marking retroreflectivity while creating a comprehensive asset inventory and condition assessment.

AMAC was developed through a team of engineers, physicists, psychologists and statisticians by DBi/Cidaut Technologies, a partnership between the US’s DBi Serives and Spain’s CIDAUT Foundation.

Integrating advanced lighting and artificial vision techniques in an instrumented vehicle operating at night at highway speeds, AMAC quickly, safely and cost-effectively assesses the actual performance of traffic signs and pavement markings. Objective measurements of traffic sign and pavement marking retroreflectivity levels, luminance, positions, dimensions and colours are all undertaken.
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