M671 Weigh in Motion (WIM)
With the size and weight of vehicles steadily increasing, traffic engineers need tools to enable them to measure the weight of the vehicles travelling along the road, without causing unnecessary inconvenience to road users.
- Proven reliability and accuracy delivers dependable traffic data
- Designed to be installed in standard equipment housings allowing simple integration with other units
- Wide range of report formats to allow integration with existing systems and analysis tools
- Can be used to protect structures
- Utilises highly accurate Kistler sensors
- Historic and real time reporting capabilities
- Stand alone or used as part of a comprehensive solution
- User friendly configuration and management application
By utilising the M671 WIM system, engineers can measure with high levels of accuracy, the weight of vehicles travelling at normal highway speeds.
This information can be used as an historic report, but can also be built into a real time solution that can be used to protect vulnerable structures like bridges by automatically advising drivers of overweight vehicles to take an alternative route.
The Golden River M671 can be used alongside our Measure-in-Motion platform, for more details please click on the link in the product toolbox.
M671 Weigh In Motion (WIM) Video
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