ARRB originally developed the Roughometer to provide a cost effective, simple to operate device to monitor the condition of unsealed roads. It effectively replaced the ‘Bump Integrator’ developed in the 1960’s.
The Roughometer has proven to be very popular both in Australia and overseas, particularly in India where we recently celebrated the sale of the 50th Roughometer unit to the Construction and Maintenance division of the State Highways Department of Government of Tamil Nadu.
This is a major milestone for ARRB and our Indian partners Taisei International, who have assisted in all 50 sales of the Roughometer. The Roughometer is now in its third iteration with the addition of a GPS function which enables road condition to be displayed in a GIS format.
For further information on the Roughometer III or our distributor in India, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.