For Governments

RoadBotics empowers towns and cities to make objective, data-driven decisions about their roads and infrastructure. Our detailed maps, unbiased ratings, and practical tools save time and taxpayer dollars for hundreds of communities across the country and around the world.

Why RoadBotics?

Most governments manually inspect their roads to prioritize maintenance needs, but visual inspections are tediousdangerous, and subjective. Some governments use van-based services that are too expensive. 

With RoadBotics, you get timely, data-driven results that are objective, cost-efficient, and easy to visualize.

Quick Delivery

See All Your
Road Conditions

Get a bird’s-eye view of your entire road network and use RoadWay to visually communicate the status of your roads to council members and other stakeholders.

Prioritize Maintenance

Focus on roads that are in dire need of repair. RoadWay lets you select the roads you want to see based on the level of damage.

Visually Inspect Your Roads

Points on your map correspond with a time-stamped image of each 10-foot section of your road.

Learn how Savannah, GA, saved time and money using RoadBotics

How It Works

Step 1

We receive a map of your roads.

Step 2

Collect images of your road network using smartphones. 

Step 3

The road network images are analyzed by AI algorithms.

Step 4

You receive a comprehensive roadway assessment.

What You Get

Data Collection Training

Comprehensive data collection training by RoadBotics team members

Online Map

RoadWay, our browser-based map with road condition ratings and images of every 10-foot section

Customer Support

Onboarding and training to ensure the successful collection of data, delivery, and the final assessment

High Resolution Images of Roads Every 10 Feet

Roadway images enabling instant views of the pavement condition and roadside assets

5-Level Rating of Road Conditions

A 5-level rating for each section of road that can easily be aligned to existing condition rating requirements

GIS and CSV Files

GIS compatible shapefile and CSV file containing segment and point level data of pavement ratings are yours to keep