We have the most comprehensive, up-to-date national bank of high-resolution roads and asset infrastructure imagery. Our advanced digital and automated processes gives us the power to supply customers with the highest level of detail, analysis and modelling of their infrastructure.
Our customers in the UK and internationally include local authorities, central government departments, software asset management companies, utilities suppliers, private infrastructure owners and highways maintenance contractors.
At Gaist, we are experts in collecting and analysing data for all our customers.
Gaist has developed its unique, repeatable, detailed and auditable highways surveying over the last 12 years. Our ongoing research and high-quality systems are some of the most advanced of their kind in the United Kingdom and overseas.
Our surveys can be used to provide an accurate detailed map layout of the whole roadscape environment – including full and part detailed network condition maps. We provide carriageway and footway condition maps, bridges, lighting columns, utilities, drainage, other ironworks, road markings, as well as other infrastructure assets.
Our patented approach allows us to provide data to an unparalleled level of detail which is being adopted by a rapidly growing number of Asset Managers, Highways Engineers and utilities companies.
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The challenges faced by local authorities in keeping their roads safe and well-maintained are set to be significantly eased with a transformative new service from Gaist.
Highway authorities tell of benefits of moving to imaged based condition surveys to get a more accurate insight into the state of their network, while the future will be about providing this data in real-time to view any time, from anywhere.
We are pleased to announce that Gaist is introducing our new product SafetyView at the Local Councils Roads Innovation Group's (LCRIG) first webinar on 23/06/2020.
Detailed video surveys conducted on roads in the UK could help highway and transport planners to speedily re-allocate their road space for cyclists and pedestrians.
Local highway authorities can undertake detailed, video road condition surveys safe in the knowledge that the carbon emissions are now being offset.
Members of LCRIG are also provided with a Member Profile. This service provides each member with the opportunity to share their organisation’s details, job opportunities, news, videos and links to key information. Members are also able to request for LCRIG to facilitate communication between members and the wider highways community.