International Road Dynamics has won a contract to supply and maintain Arizona’s Statewide Port of Entry Truck Screening System as part of a design-build project valued at US $2.8 million (£2.2 million).
IRD will supply and supervise the installation of the Truck Screening System at five locations throughout the State, four of which already use IRD mainline weigh-in-motion sorting equipment.
This project will add electronic screening capabilities to the existing systems with the addition of Automated Licence Plate Readers and Automated USDOT Number Readers. IRD’s Tire Anomaly and Classification System will also be installed at select sites to identify trucks that are unsafe due to missing or underinflated tires.
The project for Arizona DOT also includes the supply of Central Data Management Software (CDMS) which provides a suite of specialized applications that enable centralized management and reporting on the performance of the state-wide system. The CDMS includes IRD’s Vehicle Information in Motion (VI2M™) web based central data repository and reporting system.