SCANNER specification 2005

The SCANNER Specification for 2005/06 was prepared by the Halcrow Group on behalf of the UK Roads Board and published in July 2005. It was extensively based on the original TTS specification and incorporated the results of the initial research completed in 2004. The material was re-ordered into five separate volumes.

The five Volumes are intended to be complementary and to be read together.

Volume 1 contains advice to Local Authorities about the Services to be provided under the SCANNER Specification. It contains background information about the development of SCANNER surveys from TTS and TRACS. It includes advice on contact procurement and mobilisation. It includes a glossary of technical terms and a model contact document as annexes. SCANNER Surveys for Local Roads Specification Volume 1 Advice to Local Authorities For surveys in 2005

Volume 2, Specification for Services, contains details of survey procedures, data processing, route fitting and calculations of derived parameters. SCANNER Surveys for Local Roads Specification Volume 2 Advice to Local Authorities For surveys in 2005

Volume 3, Acceptance Testing and Accreditation, describes the requirements for testing survey vehicles to become accredited by site and network tests. It also describes the requirements for the reporting and delivery of survey data to carry out SCANNER accredited Surveys. SCANNER Surveys for Local Roads Specification Volume 3 Advice to Local Authorities For surveys in 2005

Volume 4, Quality Assurance and Audit contains details of the Quality Assurance procedures to ensure Services are consistent and reliable. The document includes audit processes, monitoring, calibration, and requirements for repeat surveys. SCANNER Surveys for Local Roads Specification Volume 4 Advice to Local Authorities For surveys in 2005

Volume 5, Further Technical Guidance explains the background to SCANNER Surveys and gives further guidance on the interpretation of processed SCANNER data. SCANNER Surveys for Local Roads Specification Volume 5 Advice to Local Authorities For surveys in 2005