Wilson Pym May Limited have been operating as a consultant in the highway maintenance market for over 15 years. Our in-depth understanding of this field has been gathered through over 30 years of involvement with technical projects during the founders’ careers as Client, Contractor, Service Provider and Maintenance Management Systems suppliers. Wilson Pym May pride ourselves on delivering value-adding services to our extensive client base; whether we are engaged in supporting contract tenders, value engineering, asset management, condition analysis, lifecycle modelling or supporting bids for additional funding.
Now specializing more in bespoke software development, we have brought to market our video data capture smartphone app and spatial video content management system, RouteShoot. This award-winning and ground-breaking software solution has been used in a variety of asset management roles, including as an audit tool for World Bank investments in the Philippines, for utilities tracing in the US, by Shell for aerial pipeline inspections in Africa and for highways safety inspections in the UK, particularly on Scotland’s trunk road network.
Recently we have been working on adding Machine Learning tools to the RouteShoot platform. RouteShoot ML is an extension to RouteShoot that allows you to process any of your videos using our state of the art ML detection algorithms. We have detection models that allow you to collect information automatically on street furniture, road markings and road condition. With an intuitive and incredibly simple user interface you can take full control of your data collection using a fully “self service” approach from collecting the video to processing the imagery. (See example “Slow” road marking detection video below).
We also helped to develop, and continue to support, the South West Highways Alliance’s Highways Infrastructure Resilience Assessment Modelling tool (HIRAM), and are currently engaged in helping to develop an app and website solution for the Rapid Impact Assessment of damaged highway assets; a system essentially built for triaging road hazards following major incidents (e.g., severe storm events).
Read about our latest projects and detailed information of how we work with our associates.
2 February 2022 | Case study
How HIRAM helped secure over £3M resilience funding for South Gloucestershire and Bristol
28 February 2022 | Case study
How RouteShoot is being used to monitor defects and repairs on the Scottish Trunk Road network
3 February 2022 | Case study
How RouteShoot reduced costs and improved productivity for a US Utilities Service
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.