Constant monitoring of the weight of vehicles ensures the increase of safety for our roads and infrastructures.
With the BISON weigh in motion system, already chosen by important national and international companies, you can count on our decades of experience in the sector: our commitment is to provide you with a unique, accurate, constantly evolving and customizable product according to your needs.
You will have real-time data on the weight in transit and concrete help to detect overloaded vehicles.
Why choose our solution?
It is reusable
a unique feature of its kind
It is easy to install
it minimizes road closure times
a stainless steel structure and fiber optic sensors
The Weigh In Motion (WIM) system BISON is composed of 2 stainless steel bending plates equipped with fiber optic sensors connected to a datalogger.
The bending plates are installed flush with the road surface and can be placed on urban and suburban roads, motorways / highways, bridge and toll booths.
The data acquisition unit (datalogger), processes, and stores all information collected in a database. All the transit information is made available to the user through a web interface easily accessible from every device.
COST 323 B+(7)
OIML R134 CERTIFICATE
BISON, in addition to the weight, is able to supply the following data without additional devices:
Gross vehicle weight (GVW)
Vehicle counting and classification
Number of axles
Single wheel weight
Alert transit out of one bending plate
The software is designed directly from iWIM, it has simple and intuitive and is able to provide, immediately and clear all the necessary information of specific interest to the user.
The system can be interfaced with other ITS systems such as ANPR cameras for license plate recognition.
Guidelines for risk classification and management, safety assessment and monitoring of existing bridges by the Superior Council of Public Works have been approved. As stated
What are weigh in motion systems? What are they used for? Weighing in motion technology, is still little known in Italy, so let’s take a step