Say hello to the real
Information Super Highway.

What if our roads were smarter? What if we could turn our roads into a true digital network -- connecting drivers to the internet, supporting driverless vehicle technology and providing true connectivity between smart cars and tomorrow’s smart cities?

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Smarter roads begin with Smart Pavement™

Introducing the Smart Pavement™ system created and patented by Integrated Roadways. Durable, precast concrete sections embedded with digital technology and fiber optic connectivity to transform ordinary roads into smart roads.

Smart Pavement

Cell tower and smart
tablet technology in a concrete case

Each interlocking Smart Pavement™ slab incorporates accessible and upgradable digital technology that connects vehicles to the internet and provides real-time information to drivers about traffic, road conditions and accidents.

  • 1
    Patented Combined Access Port (CAP)

    Initially used to lift and position slab into place. Once positioned, void with interior connector accommodates a cylinder of sensors, processors, antennae and other technology to be installed, while remaining easily accessible for replacement or upgrade.

  • 2
    Digitizer layer/Vehicle Detection Loop

    Fiber optic strain mesh laminated to the slab’s reinforcement. Similar to a touch screen element and able to identify tire positions rather than finger positions.

  • 3
    Router

    Four routers connect to slab neighbors and send information to Linear Data Centers alongside highway.

  • 4
    Dowel and Conduit System

    Smart Pavement slabs are connected using a series of dowels extended into adjacent conduits, then filled with grout through grout ports for a solid connection.

Connecting vehicles
with drivers and without

Much like the touchscreen on a smartphone or tablet, sensors in the pavement can “feel” the positions, weights and velocity of every vehicle on the road, providing superior navigation and telemetry for Level 4 autonomous vehicles and capturing valuable traffic and usage data.

Connecting cities and communities

The Smart Pavement system not only provides enhanced connectivity to vehicles on the road, the road itself will actually connect cities and communities with seamless, high-speed data transfer. It truly will become the next Information Super Highway.

Modular.
Upgradable. Removable.

The technology in the Smart Pavement™ modular system is completely upgradable, making it easy to add new features. And each slab is easily removable for repair or to access underlying utilities for service.

Modular

Stronger.
Cheaper. Smarter.

Smart Pavement™ precast concrete technology lasts 4x longer than traditional asphalt construction. It’s 95% less costly to install versus traditional highway construction and up to 80% less in total cost of ownership. That’s smart.

  • longerLasts 4x longer
  • less costly95% less costly to install
  • less total cost80% less in total cost

Self-funded and sustainable. Very smart.

The smartest thing about smart roads? They pay for themselves through leasing agreements with private sector service providers. For example, cell carriers looking for a more affordable way to build a nationwide 5G network.

Pavement As Platform

The Smart Pavement™/Smart Road digital platform will generate recurring revenue from private party app development, just like today’s smartphones and tablets. Imagine travel, dining, lodging and other services being delivered à la carte to individual drivers on demand.

Pavement as Platform

Down the road

Enhanced digital connectivity is just Phase One. Smart Pavement™ technology will soon be able to add features like snow and ice melt functionality and wireless charging for electric vehicles.

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Our Team

  • Tim Sylvester
    Tim Sylvester, CEO & Chief Technology Officer

    Founder, ECE, PM, E-Scholar, ENR Midwest “Top 20 Under 40,” Economic Development Corporation-Kansas City Cornerstone Award, Kauffman “Entrepreneurial All-Star.” Tim has completed NSF research projects in sensor networks and wired and wireless networking. This experience, combined with 10 years in construction engineering, led Tim to the idea for Integrated Roadways.

  • Michael Robinson
    Michael Robinson, Chief Strategy Officer

    30+ years of leadership experience in technology-centric businesses, including business development, sales, international business, product development, engineering and operations. Helped build Sprint PCS from $0 to $10B in under 48 months.

  • Tim Sill
    Tim Sill, Chief Network Officer

    Executive with more than 20 years of experience building, designing, developing, and innovating industry leading telecommunication networks. He was integral in the 100% digital Sprint PCS build and created the Sprint Network Vision modernization program. Tim holds 31 technology patents as well as pioneered several custom OTT applications.

  • Chuck Vanasse
    Chuck Vanasse, Chief Partnership Officer

    Chuck is a serial entrepreneur with 30+ years experience. He founded, operated and exited companies such as Saepio, Claimport and Unicom. He brought innovations to market in the enterprise software, Internet services and digital media sectors.

News

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    Kansas City Selects Integrated Roadways for Innovative Partnership Program

    KANSAS CITY, MO (Aug. 22, 2016)
    Kansas City Mayor Sly James recently announced the selection of Integrated Roadways as one of seven partners in its 2016 Innovation Partnership Program. Integrated Roadways will be working with the city to implement a Smart Pavement pilot with the goal of upgrading a significant portion of Kansas City roadways with the technology to make them self-funding.

  • A rad wolf
    Integrated Roadways Awarded Key Missouri “Smart Highway” Project

    KANSAS CITY, MO (Sept. 20, 2016)
    Integrated Roadways is revolutionizing America’s highway system beginning with the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT), who recently awarded the company with an “Internet of Things” (IOT) brokerage contract as part of its Road to Tomorrow initiative. The brokerage will build a “Strategic Technology Innovation Lab” to assist MoDOT in identifying IOT technologies to deploy in Missouri.