Rieker Incorporated prioritizes creating helpful information not only on our innovative products, but also for the issues our products aim to solve. This is the sole reason for the formation of the Rieker Resource Library (RRL).
The Rieker Resource Library is a vast database of documentation regarding Rieker’s Total Solutions, like the Advanced Data Acquisition and Measurement (ADAM) solution; a robust user friendly forensic survey tool that measures curb ramps with reliable, consistent, and repeatable results. Along with documentation on the ADAM total solution, the Rieker Resource Library also white papers, technical documents, reports, case studies, legal documents, videos, and more, to provide a full and comprehensive understanding of all total solutions.
The RRL is a living library, meaning it is constantly growing, and being updated with new information. While the RRL is currently home to over 100 documents regarding ADAM and ADA it will soon be populated with hundreds more resources on all of Rieker’s Total Solutions. If you want to expand your knowledge on ADAM or any of Rieker’s total solutions, this is a great place to begin.
In order to gain access to the Rieker Resource Library the user must first register. Registration is very easy, and can be done on the Rieker Inc website here. The user will then be asked to create a user name and password, as well as provide basic personal information such as name, email, company, and job title. Upon submitting registration information access into the Rieker Resource library will be granted in 48-72 hours.
Our goal in creating the Rieker Resource Library was to conveniently provide the users with all relevant information on Rieker’s Total Solutions. For example information on ADA can be found on government websites, but can be difficult to find and often differ from state to state. Our resource library eliminates the hassle of searching the web on various sites, and makes it easy on the user. Compiling the data in our resource library allows the users to have all the data they would need consolidated in one place.