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Inertial profilers are used by state departments of transportation and others to produce an accurate and repeatable measure of the longitudinal pavement profile, which can be analyzed to produce various smoothness statistics such as the International Roughness Index.

NCHRP Research Report 1057: Enhancement of the Practice for Certification of Inertial Profiling Systems, from TRB's National Cooperative Highway Research Program, proposes revisions to AASHTO R 56-14 to enhance the practice for certification of inertial profiling systems.

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