We’re setting the standard by which all traffic control systems are measured.
In business since 1980, Eberle Design, Inc. (EDI) is recognized as a worldwide developer and manufacturer of reliable high-performance component products designed to enhance and augment traffic control systems. The EDI array of products including signal monitors, vehicle detectors, power supplies, flashers, load switches, and other vital infrastructure devices enables transportation professionals to integrate, automate, and manage traffic highways and intersections easily, efficiently and safely.
All EDI electronic products are manufactured in the USA and comply with the requirements of Section 1605 of the ARRA Buy American Act.
The Reno Brand
In 2012, EDI acquired Reno A&E, adding complementary products and additional distribution partners. An established engineering company dedicated to advancing and improving traffic and parking control systems around the globe, Reno A&E’s products are the front-runner in loop detection system technology and continues to set the standard for safety and quality in traffic and parking control systems. Every component in the Reno brand reflects a dedication to excellence, along with proprietary innovation that revolutionizes traffic safety and control. We’re proud to offer these premium products, alongside our industry-leading support services.
We exist to make it easy for our customers to do their job and save lives.
High Product Reliability
EDI is a top global developer and manufacturer of reliable high-performance electronic solutions designed to enhance and augment traffic control systems.
Just-in-time Product Supply
EDI keeps product stock on the shelf and ready to ship allowing customers to save money by reducing the goods and materials they have to keep on hand.
The way EDI defines superior customer service is to understand that we must go above and beyond our customer's expectations during each interaction.
EDI believes that Standards play a vital part in the design, production, and distribution of products destined for both national and international commerce and benefit all by improving safety.
Partner-Centric Product Innovation
EDI has introduced numerous new innovative products including many industry firsts. The latest is the ATC Cabinet (ATCC), an open architecture traffic control cabinet based on the ITE/NEMA/AASHTO ATC suite of standards.
The PDCA process. Plan: Identify an opportunity and plan for change. Do: Implement the change on a small scale. Check: Use data to analyze the results. Act: If the change was successful, implement on a wider scale.