ICC has integrated the industry-leading LCMS pavement data collection sensor capable of measuring distress data. The system uses 3D cameras with laser illumination to create high resolution 3D pavement images.
3D Pavement Imaging
The Laser Crack Measurement System (LCMS) uses lasers, high speed cameras, and advanced optics to acquire high resolution 3D profiles. The unique 3D vision technology measures both asphalt and concrete surfaces up to 4m in width at speeds that can reach 65mph (105 km/h). The LCMS acquires the road surface with 1mm resolution allowing for the visualization and characterization of all features on the road surface.
LCMS data is acquired and compressed in real time in the vehicle to minimize storage needs (<1 GB per km). The processing software has functions to detect and analyze cracks, lane markings, ruts, potholes, macro-texture (MPD), patches, raveling, and sealed cracks. Rutting is measured and characterized by over 4,000 points where rut depth and type (short, multiple, long radius) is evaluated.
- Modular and expandable; system will grow with your needs- the right equipment at the right price when you need it
- Collects accurate data from 5 to 65 MPH
- Supports data collection for network or project level jobs
- Crack Detection and Severity
- 4160 Point Rutting
- 2D and 3D Imaging
- Low Power Consumption
- Day and Night Operation
- Laser Profilers: 2
- Sampling Rate: 5600 profiles
- Vehicle Speed: up to 65 mph
- Profile Spacing: 5mm (adjustable)
- Transversal Field of View: 4m nominal
- Transversal Resolution: 1mm
- Depth Range of Operation: 250mm (adjustable)
- Depth Resolution: 0.5mm
- Laser Profiler Dimensions: 428mm (h) x 265mm (l) x 139mm (w)
- Weight: 10kg
- Power Consumption (max): 150W at 120/240 VAC