How AbLoads QuickCheck works

AbLoads QuickCheck uses drag and drop functionality to speed up the process of checking structures against abnormal load routes

As with AbLoads, the program caters for normal span bridges, boxes, portals and arches of all shapes and profile, regular or irregular.  Similarly, any special type of bridge that can be modelled as a frame can also be checked.

Details of haulier, vehicles and structures only need entering when first checked.  As the database builds up, the program's facility of use expands.  For example, a vehicle can be checked over a selected number of bridges at the same time.  In due course with use the program builds up a hauliers and bridges database.

AbLoads QuickCheck has none of the sophistication of AbLoads.  It has no communications facility, so all notifications to be checked will be paper-based.  It has no built-in mapping display, so the choice of bridges to be checked for each vehicle is at the Operator’s discretion.  It is designed quite simply for basic ad hoc manual checking of notified vehicles over problem bridges.  Nevertheless, for a smaller authority, it provides the essential basic checking facility required for its abnormal loads service.

AbLoads QuickCheck Software Customerssimple but essential structure checking software

AbLoads QC customer Worcestershire
Worcestershire County Council
AbLoads QC customer westernisles
Western Isles Council
AbLoads QC customer wirral
Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council
AbLoads QC customer suffolk
Suffolk County Council
AbLoads QC customer sandwell
Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council
AbLoads QC customer poole
Borough of Poole
AbLoads QC customer Nottinghamshire
Nottinghamshire County Council
AbLoads QC customer Merton
Merton Council
AbLoads QC customer M6 Toll
M6 Toll
AbLoads QC customer Lewisham
Lewisham Council
AbLoads QC customer cork
Cork County Council
AbLoads QC customer Clackmannanshire
Clackmannanshire Council
AbLoads QC customer bath
Bath & North East Somerset Council