GlobVision lands 5-year contract with Transports Québec

Date released: December 19, 2022

Sector: Utilities & Infrastructure


Earlier this year Transports Québec sought to acquire an efficient and effective electronic bridge monitoring software package for all of the Ministry’s structures established on Quebec territory.

GlobVision offered one of its flagship products “IntelliBRIDGE”, the only fully integrated data management, interpretation, bridge behaviour modelling and health analysis software on the market.

IntelliBRIDGE greatly simplifies accessing and storing data, from multiple sources and formats, and provides intuitive data visualization capabilities. IntelliBRIDGE is an essential tool for real-time monitoring and provides the basis for ensuring the health and safety of bridges/tunnels/engineered structures.

IntelliBRIDGE assists users to extract complex and detailed information hidden in the instrumentation data in order to enhance the performance of operations and decision-making, reduce maintenance, repair and overhaul costs, prolong structure life, and to ensure bridge safety. IntelliBRIDGE drastically reduces the time required to perform monitoring activities, thereby allowing better utilization of available man-hours and skills in the monitoring of critical transportation structures.

GlobVision is extremely pleased to have been selected as the software Supplier for Transports Québec’s structures, specifically bridge data monitoring and evaluation by extracting relevant and objective information concerning the performance, condition/state, health, and safety of Québec’s bridges.

By awarding this contract, following an extensive period of demonstrating and testing of the very many features of the software suite, Transports Québec clearly believes that GlobVision is indeed uniquely positioned to provide both the software platform as well as complementary data analytics consulting services. GlobVision is proud to be a recognized leader, in multiple sectors, and in multiple countries, in intelligent structural health monitoring for nearly two decades.