The first RoadCap is planned to be placed outside Liarostunnelen in Samnanger municipality in Norway during 2022. The RoadCap is a part of Vestland County Council’s test project to use …
RoadCap concept was approved by Norwegian Road Authority (Veidirektoratet) om July 8, 2021. RoadCap concept has a strength of 5000 kJ(5 tons, 100m free fall) with a 1,2 safetyfactor.
Stetind Entreprenør and Roadcap har entered into an agreement for cooperation in different projects where Roadcap’s technology may be suited for temporary road protection.
On March 12, 2019, RoadCap signed a contract with Samferdselsavdelingen/Rogaland Fylkeskommune for a development project for the company´s temporary tunnel section with polycarbonate. The purpose of the development project is …
RoadCap’s patent application for the company’s temporary tunnel sections has been granted by the Norwegian Industrial Property Office.
Bergensavisen has written an article about RoadCap. To read the whole article click here.
Concept animation of rockfall protection at Riksvei 45 outside Dirdal, Rogaland, Norway
On June 14, 2018, RoadCap filed an international patent application for the company´s temporary tunnel design.
Scan Survey AS was contracted by RoadCap to perform a mobile 3D scanning of the pilot site Ørsdalstunnelen Fv 117, Bjerkreim. Critical areas for transportation the tunnel modules on Fv …
RoadCap will receive funding from Statens Vegvesen/Rogaland and Innovation Norway for commercialization of the company´s temporary tunnel system.