Our references

References in SLOVENIA:

Motorway Company in the Republic of Slovenia, DARS d.d.

  • Soft load test on 2 motorway viaducts with safety assessment. - 2016
  • Combination of WIM measurements and video recording for determination of the proportion of vehicles carrying hazardous materials and exceptional transports on motorways. - from 2015 to 2016 
  • Weighing of vehicles in free-flow as preselection for static weighing for the Ministry of Internal Affairs – from 2006 to 2016
  • Weighing of vehicles in free-flow by determining the proportion of vehicles carrying hazardous materials – from 2006 to 2016
  • Weighing of vehicles in free-flow by determining the proportion of special transport vehicles – 2006 to 2016
  • Weighing of vehicles in free-flow – from 2006 to 2015
  • Supervision of special transports on the highways and motorways – from 2005 to 2016 
  • Presentation of possibilities of the system. Data used for presentation to maintenance and planning sector.
  • Weighing of vehicles in free-flow by determining the ratio of domestic and foreign carriers transporting hazardous materials – from 2006 to 2012 

Ministry of Transport, Slovenian Infrastructure Agency:

  • Traffic pattern and overloading of heavy vehicles driving on the main roads with analysis and reports per measured location. Data used in planning and maintenance sector - from 2002 to 2016
  • The implementation of WIM measurements, determination of traffic load and determine the allowable traffic loads for the special transport. Data used in planning and maintenance sector - from 2005 to 2016
  • WIM measurements of traffic load on the main roads in the Republic of Slovenia for the purpose of calculating road damage remediation - from 2009 to 2016
  • Implementation of control of axle loads and vehicle dimensions of commercial vehicles in the Republic of Slovenia– from 1997 to 2015
  • Weigh-in-motion of heavy vehicles driving on the main roads with analysis and reports – from 2002 to 2015
  • Supervision of special transports on the main roads in the Republic of Slovenia – from 2005 to 2015
  • Analysis of safety distance between heavy vehicles on the highways and motorways. Safety analysis for better traffic planning - 2012
  • Analysis of results of measurements of friction characteristics and comparison with measurements of deceleration and braking distances - from 2010 to 2011
  • Analysis of the viability of establishing equivalency factor for the design of roadway construction with WIM measurements - 2010
  • Analysis of the potential distribution of traffic load to the network level as a result of WIM measurements - 2009
  • Preselection of possibly overloaded vehicles on road G1-3 towards Dolga vas. Cooperation with the police and border control - 2007
  • Obtaining information on the traffic loads from quarries in the main roads in the Republic of Slovenia - 2007
  • Diversion of heavy traffic from highways to parallel main roads - from 1999 to 2000
 

WORLDWIDE REFERENCES:

Sweden:

    • Traffic pattern and overloading analysis. Vägverket - from 2002 to 2016

Poland:

    • Construction behavior analysis on orthotropic deck bridge. Research project for bridge construction. National Building and Civil Engineering Institute - 2006

Croatia:

    • Extraction of potentially overloaded vehicles. Cooperation with police. Ministry of Transportation - from 2007 to 2016

Finland:

    • Extraction of potentially overloaded vehicles. Cooperation with police. Finnish Road Agency - 2007

France:

    • Advanced usage of the system for creating new approaches to the orthotropic deck bridge analysis. Research project for bridge structures. Laboratoire central des ponts et chaussées - from 2006 to 2016

Netherlands:

    • Bridge safety assessment in the Netherlands. Soft load testing shows, that bridges are in very good condition, but documentation of the bridges was limited. Load schemes are too light for Dutch conditions. Special vehicles are much heavier then expected. Data used for bridge maintenance sector. Netherlands, Dutch Ministry for Roads and Waters (Rijkswaterstaat) – 2007

Germany:

    • Presentation of possibilities of the system. Data used for presentation to maintenance and planning sector. BAST, Federal Highway Research Institute - 2008

Hungary:

    • Extraction of potentially overloaded vehicles passing country border. Cooperation with border control. Magyar Közút - 2008

Austria:

    • Statistical data collection; providing a better understanding of the structure. Data used for simulation of structure's entire life cycle. R&D project within ASFINAG for bridge structure analysis. ASFINAG, Austrian motorway operator - 2009

Brazil:

    • Extraction of loaded vehicles for border control. Data-Tax project implementation. SEFAZ, Treasury department, Ministry of Finance - from 2009 to 2012
    • Soft load test shows, that bridge was well over designed and need no action. Research project for bridge structures. UFSC, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, DNIT, Departamento Nacional de Infraestrutura de Transportes, Ministério dos Transportes - 2012

Canada:

    • Finite element analysis on simply supported short span bridge. Research project. Canada, Ministry of Transportation Quebec - from 2010 to 2012
    • Traffic pattern analysis and extraction of potentially overloaded vehicles. Pilot project. - from 2015 to 2016

Romania:

    • Traffic pattern and overloading of heavy vehicles with analysis and report. Data used for presentation to maintenance and planning sector. Ministerul Transporturilor si Infrastrucurii - 2010

US:

    • Extraction of potentially overloaded vehicles. Cooperation with state troopers. Alabama Department of Transportation - 2011 and 2016
    • Extraction of potentially overloaded vehicles. Cooperation with state troopers. Mississippi Department of Transportation - 2016

Malaysia:

    • First SiWIM measurements were made in Malaysia. SiWIM System will be used on more than 20 different locations. - 2011
    • Traffic pattern and overloading analysis. - from 2015 to 2016

India:

    • Traffic pattern and overloading analysis. - 2005

Oman:

    • Bridge safety assessment. Data used for planning and bridge maintenance sector of the local government. 2010

Thailand:

    • Traffic pattern and overloading analysis. - from 2015 to 2016

UK:

    • Data collection; providing a better understanding of structure of the bridge. Research project for Bridge structures. Queen's University Belfast. - 2013