Intellitag – Event Based Maintenance

In collaboration with National Highways and Highway Resource Solutions, this contractor introduced the Intellitag digital system to deliver a carbon-efficient solution while ensuring the safety of their workforce and road users.

Using Intellitag helped eliminate the need for maintenance checks of temporary traffic management. The Intellitag digital device is fitted to signs or equipment using a mounting bracket. This immediately means that the sign or equipment becomes a digital asset, creating a digital twin of the site, allowing remote monitoring of site and issuing alerts when any sign or equipment has fallen over or been moved.

This initiative includes state-of-the-art advanced sensor technology and satellite navigation, which means that when the device is fitted to a sign frame, it can detect when a sign tilts, falls over or has been moved, and it will plot its location. This is in then issues an immediate alert to the traffic management team, allowing them to send a maintenance team to assess and resistant case, which ensures that the equipment can handle operating in some tough environments.

On this project the benefits were significant:

  • 81.10t CO2e saved through 107,800 miles being eliminated
  • 33,000 litres of diesel saved which gave an estimated saving of £43,000 in fuel costs
  • 11,760 working hours saved
  • £20,139 social value generated.

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Monitor Report. Chevron Traffic Management Ltd. Oxfordshire. March 2024.

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