Traditional inspection methods often induce high labor costs and are extremely time-consuming. Moreover, these approaches rely on human observation and individual interpretation, thus being very unreliable and inaccurate.
Given the limited budget allocated to the maintenance of these infrastructure, transportation asset managers struggle to determine their priorities for construction plans using these methods.
Eventually, transportation infrastructure are not monitored and maintained properly, affecting the cityscape, diminishing citizen satisfaction, and even posing major threats to travel safety.
hOW WE REVOLUTIONIZE TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE INSPECTION SYSTEMS:
Reduce the costs of labor
Non-destructive inspection methods that keep the infrastructure intact
Accelerate the inspection process
Provide reliable references for asset allocation and construction planning
The Future of Winley…
While we are currently focusing on developing pavement inspection technologies, we will expand our services to other types of transportation infrastructure in the next few years — including railways, tunnels, bridges, and airport runways.
We plan on collaborating with Hong Kong universities to develop a cloud-based data system that can further improve the efficiency and reliability of the inspection process.