The AbLoads mapping display

AbLoads has been designed to ensure that manual plotting of a route is kept to a minimum.

The hauliers declared route is plotted automatically in to the mapping display from AbHaulier notifications and ESDAL notifications. Stated routes from manual notifications can be retrieved from previous routes the haulier or other hauliers have used or standard abnormal route templates.

The AbLoads mapping display is compiled from Ordnance Survey MasterMap ITN and Topography layer vector mapping, which all Structure-Owning Authorities have a licence to use. Background raster mapping may be toggled on or off and rectified aerial photography can also be added as a background to AbLoads if available.

Full navigation is available to move the map, pan right, left, up or down and to zoom into specific roads at detail. Depending on the scale selected, AbLoads displays road numbers and names, places and topographical data as structure location and data.

 

AbLoads has been designed to ensure that manual plotting of a route is kept to a minimum.

 

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AbLoads Software CustomersAbnormal Loads management and structure checking software

Abloads software customer essex
Essex County Council use AbLoads to process all abnormal load notifications within their area
Abloads software customer a1
AbLoads is operated by A-one+ within HE Area 14    
Abloads software customer skanska
AbLoads is operated by Skanska within HE Area 2    
Abloads software customer leeds
Leeds City Council use AbLoads to process all abnormal load notifications within their area
Abloads software customer lancashire
Lancashire County Council use AbLoads to process all abnormal load notifications within their area