IKRAM Road Scanner

The IRS is a professional range of equipment, designed to meet the most demanding of survey applications

The IRS is a highly specialized range of survey products. The modular design of the system enables complete scale ability for future growth and can be installed in a wide variety of vehicles. Collecting accurate, time stamped data is guaranteed by Heartbeat module. All system are manufactured in compliance with ISO 9001: 2008 quality system, backed by ARRB’s experienced customer support team and over 50 years of road and transport research.

IRS Packages

Key Features




The Automatic Crack Detection system (ACD) enables automatic detection of cracks and other road surface features. The ACD system comprises two high performance 3D laser units that are fitted at the rear of the survey vehicle, vertically above the pavement. All ‘crack maps’ are analyzed with Hawkeye software. This software allows reporting of type and severity of cracks in a manner that meets user requirements.


Digital Laser Profiler (DLP) is a modular system that can be configured with various sensors to enable collection of road condition data. Data collection includes International Roughness Index (IRI), Ride Number (RN), Rut Depth, Mean Profile Depth (MPD), Sensor Measured Texture Depth (SMTD) and other parameters. Can be used in conjunction with Hawkeye software to produce tables, graphs, reports and exports from your collected data.


Asset View Digital Imaging System (DIS) is capable of visually identifying and locating roadside features. The system comprises the latest digital camera technology and produces crisp, high-resolution video frames to ensure a continuous digital record of the roadway. The calibrated video cameras accurately log digital images of roadside assets against other parameters such as distance and GPS.

Up to eight cameras can be supported, each in a waterproof enclosure and all controlled through the common Hawkeye interface.


The IRS Gipsi-Trac Geometry System collects road geometry information and navigation data to produce continuous 3D maps. 

It includes Gipsi-Trac microprocessor-based system, which records and combines inertial data from gyroscope, accelerometer and distance sensors with GPS position. The built in dead-reckoning capability allows for position data to be recorded when in tunnels, under bridges and locations with little or no GPS coverage.

It outputs data in a variety of customizable geographic projection systems that allow the user to export the data in their GPS native format, with no conversions necessary.