AI is coming to the Township of Lakewood, FAA News has learned!

Township officials have decided to acquire an AI Road Management System that will be installed inside vehicles. The system will evaluate every road as its driven. Each vehicle that is equipped with the technology will be able to access various aspects of the road's condition.

The algorithm quickly analyzes the image data for damage to the road surface - objectively and in 15 damage categories.

The software will keep track of all roads in the vialytics web system, automatically assess the condition of your road infrastructure, filter the worst damages, plan effective measures based on current data, and manage all maintenance tasks in a single place.

The Township will be procuring the system for $42,000 from Vialytics Americas Inc. of Short Hills, New Jersey.


More than 300 municipalities use their system.


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Anonymous said...

Intelligence and Lakewood dont go together

Anonymous said...

I agree with you 100%!
Lakewood Township: Blah, Blah, Blah. All you do is talk, talk, talk, and zero action. been talking about paving the roads for YEARS literally and you 've got nothing done. But you have plenty of resources for new budlings, new technology and new late model vehicles. JUST PAVE THE FREAKIN STREETS. You don't need technology do know where we need paving.
I can't figure out how the township people are not embarrassed by the condition of their roads.

Anonymous said...

Seems with artificial intelligence it can pair.
Time'll tell.

Yudel Shain said...

It should be programmed to report all street light outages as well.