Cyclomedia’s 3D roadway imagery, data extraction services and software tools can help Safety Offices with more than just MIRE data. Whether you are creating a Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP) or supporting FHWA initiatives such as Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP), High Risk Rural Roads (HRRR), Railroad-Highway Crossing Program (RHCP), or Safe Transportation for Every Pedestrian (STEP), having complete and accurate data is crucial for informed decision making. Along with providing detailed roadway characteristics, we also inventory countermeasures and physical assets, as well as identify and collect information about important safety areas, such as railroad crossings, bike lanes, and pedestrian crossings.
MIRE Collection & Inventory
Enhance roadway analytics through automation
Transform anything visible from the roadway into valuable data. Cyclomedia brings the outside world
How Cyclomedia can help
Detailed data analytics for roadway assets
Reduce field time for collecting data
ADA compliant inventory
“ITD was astounded at how quickly our project came together. Vehicle-based collection started the last day of June 2020 and our entire state highway system was driven in under three weeks! Processed roadway imagery and LiDAR depth surface rapidly started appearing in Street Smart.”
- Nikolaus Sterbentz, ITD Project Manager
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14 June 2022
A day in the life of: Logistics & Support
In this serie of blogs we will take a look at the various departments within Cyclomedia.
15 March 2022
Michael Arthen on digital innovations for ftth expansion
Michael Arthen, Managing Director of Cyclomedia Germany, talks about innovations in the field of telecommunications.
02 March 2022
How to download an image in Street Smart
As a professional, you obviously want to make the best use of our Street Smart application. In this series of blogs we will therefore answer the most frequently asked questions
24 January 2022
A new dimension
2022 is all about progress. Is a 2D GIS still sufficient when it comes to solving and visualizing complex problems that we encounter in the real world?
21 January 2022
What are the plans for 2022?
In this blog, Erwin, Sergei and Bouke have their say. Every company has a vision, but what does the bigger picture actually look like when you take a look at different departments?