The Belgian Road Research Centre (BRRC) is a research institute which has built a solid reputation over fifty years of existence. Its research is focused on the areas of road design, construction, maintenance, safety and mobility. Over the years, the BRRC has been developing an extensive package of services and tools to assist and advise road network players.
The BRRC has recently been convinced by imajbox®, imajing® mobile mapping system, to perform road network condition assessment and monitoring and keep memory of field status. Thanks to its flexibility and reliability, imajbox® can be installed on various vehicles in order to record field data which will be valuable for results interpretation and validation.
In addition to the archiving objectives, the BRRC and DrivenBy – specialized in geo-data acquisition – have jointly validated a visual inspection method based on imajbox® surveys.
imajing designs innovative imagery and geo-positioning technologies to enable simple, accurate and cost effective large scale road surveying. The following video shows few applications of the tool chain for road maintenance and management.
Unicode support for international users, integration of OpenStreetMap tiles on the fly.
imajing exposed and presented its new range of products at MundoGeo#Connect2014 Fair, which was held from May 8th to 9th in São Paulo, Brazil. More than 4 500 visitors, researchers and entrepreneurs coming from over 30 countries attended the event.
In May 2014 in São Paulo, Brazil, imajing launched its new range of imajbox® products : imajbox® L, imajbox® S and imajbox® T. Wireless and with battery, the new imajbox® has grown on simplicity and autonomy. In order to bring more and more flexibility and control to the user, imajbox is now a Wi-Fi hotspot. It can be driven from a smartphone or a tablet, and enables to control the quality and the progress of the survey in real time.
imajing tool chain, for railways maintenance and management mobile mapping solution. Discover the new video.
imajing designs innovative imagery and geo-positioning technologies to enable simple, accurate and cost effective large scale rail surveying. The following video shows few applications of the tool chain for rail maintenance and management.
The R&D Galileo project proposed by the Imajing team was selected by the ESA BIC committee. This allows imajing to invest in innovative approaches for navigation in dense urban areas and emerging countries.
ESA BIC South France was born of an agreement issued by the European Space Agency (ESA) and signed with the competitiveness cluster Aerospace Valley, CNES and competitiveness cluster CEEI Theogone.
Wintech is a chinese company doing business in mapping and GIS. Since December 2013, Wintech can officially sell imajing tool chain in China.