NHAI to make network survey vehicle use mandatory

In an effort to provide better roads to commuters, the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) has decided to deploy Network Survey Vehicle (NSV) to enhance quality of the National Highways. Carrying out road condition survey using NSV on the National Highways has been made mandatory at the time of certifying completion of the project and every six months thereafter.

The provision has also been included as a part of the standard bidding document of consultancy services. The deployment will help in enhancing the overall quality of the highways as NSV uses the latest survey techniques such as a high-resolution digital camera for 3600 imagery, Record images/videos at regular intervals, Laser Road Profilometer and other related technology for measurement of distresses in road surface.

NSV will also help collate data to analyse the Road condition including measurement of the road surface, surface cracking, potholes and patches. Apart from this, NSV will also provide data insights relating to side drains and road furniture etc.

Data collected through NSV survey shall be uploaded on NHAI’s ‘AI’ based portal Data Lake, where it will be analysed by Road Asset Management Cell (RAMS Cell) to assess the condition/roughness of road to prioritise for the maintenance.

The data will help maintaining up-to-date asset inventory and road assets condition status. Apart from delivering vital information on road network planning

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