Thanks Jasmine. About a half dozen of our largest customers, like Detroit, have road networks of 2,500 centerline miles or larger. It looks like Indy has ~ 3,800 centerline miles, so that is well within our capacity. That cost covers assessment only. A typical city will spend about $10,000 per mile annually to maintain their roads. I would estimate Indy's annual road maintenance budget is ~$80M. Indy is facing some real challenges and we would like to help: https://www.indystar.com/story/news/2018/02/15/indys-streets-so-bad-making-them-fair-would-take-10-times-current-budget/324044002/
Thanks MaCie' We rate the roads on a scale comparable to various pavement assessment standards used in the US and around the world. Because our customers now have a complete meter-by-meter assessment of their entire road network (along with the features and images) they can now move away from a reactive "worst first" approach (where the entire pavement budget is consumed by a few bad roads) and move to a predictive maintenance where small fix dramatically extend the useful life of the road. Our platform allows for total transparency as additional data (e.g., socio-economic data, political districts, vendor quality. etc). that allows for greater equity, accountability, safety and even sustainability are possible.