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Combat Aging Traffic Cabinets with EDI and Get Smart City Ready
May 2019

Visit Eberle Design Inc. at the ITS America Annual Meeting, June 4-7, 2019 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC. This is your chance to learn about the advantages of upgrading to the smart city ready Advanced Traffic Controller (ATC) cabinet and consider why many cities have already committed to changing their procurement specifications to this innovative cabinet design. Visitors to booth 615 will be able to view Eberle Design Inc.’s ATC components, including a Cabinet Monitor Unit, High Density Switch Pack, Auxiliary Display Unit, Serial Interface Unit, and Cabinet Power Supply. The compact size of the ATC cabinet supports AC or DC, features a modular rack-mounted scalable design and offers enhanced motorist and technician safety. Our team will be standing by to answer any questions you might have.

Ask The Expert – How to Set Up LMA Deflectometer® Series
May 2019

The wide range of Eberle Design DEFLECTOMETER® series vehicle detection products help technicians save valuable time and maximize profits by quickly installing, accurately trouble-shooting, and reliably maintaining access control systems with easy to use hi-tech vehicle detectors.
The DEFLECTOMETER® detectors provide a built-in frequency meter, detection “CALL” strength meter, and non-volatile memory to maintain diagnostic history, all of which are invaluable and always available. The LMA Series of Access Loop Detectors uses an intuitive push-button interface with a 7-segment LED DEFLECTOMETER® located on the front panel providing a visual and quantitative feedback for the installing or maintaining technician.

Ask the Expert – Programming the EDI MMU2-16LEip
May 2019

Today, Ben McCawley gives the low-down on programming the EDI MMU2-16LEip.

Recently, a customer asked if a new MMU2-16LEip Conflict Monitor they received from the EDI factory will work directly out of the box when installed in a TS-2 cabinet?

That is a great question and the answer is “No, all monitors must be programmed for each cabinet.” If you leave it on the factory settings, it will do the conflicts and permissive, because that comes from the program card, but there are other parameters that you need to set. The wizard sets the Dual indication, Red Fail, Minimum Yellow and Red Clearance (MYRC) and Field Check. In the old monitors, we used dip switches to set these faults. You can also set these faults individually by doing it with the monitor menus, (Dual Ind, Red Fail, MYRC & Field Check), but the wizard makes it easier.

The EDI team meets Magdalena Čavka at TRB
January 2019

The EDI team met Magdalena Čavka, the EDI sponsored IRF Fellow, from Zagreb, Croatia today during TRB. Incoming IRF Fellows come together every January in Washington, D.C. to participate in the IRF Road Scholar Program, which runs concurrently with the TRB Annual Meeting. IRF Fellowships are largely funded through the generosity of corporations, governments and industry associations around the world.

Birgit Olson Promoted to Marketing Manager
January 2019

Eberle Design, Inc. (EDI) today announced the promotion of Birgit Olson to the position of Marketing Manager. Ms. Olson will lead all marketing and communications projects and initiatives for EDI products, services, trade shows and events, including advertising, communications, media relations, and the publication of sales and promotional materials.

International Road Federation Presents Global Road Achievement Award to Eberle Design, Inc.
November 2018
The Monitor

Eberle Design, Inc. has been recognized with an International Road Federation (IRF) Global Road Achievement Award for its Intelligent Cabinet Interface to Traffic Equipment (iCITE®) suite of products – the iCITE® Data Aggregator. The iCITE® Data Aggregator was awarded for excellence in the category of Traffic Management and Intelligent Transportation Systems.

Eberle Design, Inc. Announces Retirement President and CEO Emeritus, Bill Russell
November 2018
The Monitor

Eberle Design, Inc. announced the retirement of President and CEO Emeritus, Bill Russell.

Access, Safety and Mobility Innovations Take Center Stage at the ITS World Congress
November 2018
The Monitor

Eberle Design Inc. and Reno A&E extend a sincere thank you for the support provided by ITS America in hosting us within the U.S. Pavilion at September’s ITS World Congress in Copenhagen.

Eberle Design receives global road achievement award in Las Vegas
November 12, 2018
ITS International

Eberle Design’s iCite Data Aggregator received an International Road Federation Global Road Achievement Award at the Road2Tunnel Conference & Expo in Las Vegas.

EDI showcases latest from iCite product suite
September 18, 2018
ITS World Congress Daily News

Eberle Design Incorporated (EDI) is featuring the latest addition from its Intelligent Cabinet Interface to Traffic Equipment (iCite) suite of products, the new iCite Data Aggregator DA-400x.

Eberle Design Inc. and Reno A&E to Showcase Access Control and Vehicle Detection Solutions at the CODA 2018
September 2018

Eberle Design Inc. and Reno A&E will be attending the California Operator & Door Association’s (CODA) 2018 Regional Trade Show from October 12-13 at the Hilton Long Beach Hotel in Long Beach, California.

EDI to highlight iCite DA-400 Data Aggregator
August 6, 2018
ITS World Congress Daily News

Eberle Design Incorporated (EDI) will feature, at the ITS World Congress Copenhagen, the latest addition from its Intelligent Cabinet Interface to Traffic Equipment (iCite) suite of products, the new iCite Data Aggregator DA-400x.

Eberle Design introduces new iCITE real-time traffic and arterial data aggregator
July 13, 2018
TrafficTechnologyToday.com (from the publishers of Traffic Technology International)

Eberle Design Inc. and its wholly owned subsidiary Reno A&E are highlighting three of its products with the launch of new traffic data aggregator and a demonstration of its AVI and access control system for emergency response vehicles, alongside the success of its inductive loops.

Eberle Design Inc.’s New iCITE® Data Aggregator DA-400x™ Offers Real-Time Traffic & Arterial Data with Cabinet Monitoring
July 10, 2018
The Monitor

From the Eberle Design Inc. Intelligent Cabinet Interface to Traffic Equipment (iCITE®) suite of products, the new iCITE® Data Aggregator DA-400x™ accesses real-time intersection and arterial traffic data from any traffic cabinet, via high-speed internal or external communications devices, regardless of the traffic controller or central ITS system.

Congratulations to Team Eberle Design Inc.’s “Fire Eaters”
July 2018
The Monitor

Eberle Design Inc.’s “Fire Eaters” recently competed in the Marine Corp’s 10K Mud Run® at Camp Pendleton. The race featured more than 20 obstacles, mud pits and other challenges along a 10K course. We are proud to announce that the team not only completed the race successfully, but also had a lot of fun doing so.

EDI highlights advanced traffic control cabinets
June 4, 2018
Daily News – ITS International

Eberle Design Incorporated (EDI) and Reno A&E are here at ITS America Detroit to highlight innovations in traffic data aggregation, vehicle detection and intersection safety monitoring solutions. These include the iCite Data Aggregator series, the future of advanced traffic control cabinets, and the latest Everloop precision detection system.

EDI to feature the future of advanced traffic control cabinets
May 31, 2018
Preview News – ITS International

Eberle Design Incorporated (EDI) and Reno A&E will use the ITS America Annual Meeting Detroit to highlight innovations in traffic data aggregation, vehicle detection and intersection safety monitoring solutions – including the iCite Data Aggregator series, the future of advanced traffic control cabinets and the latest Everloop precision detection system.

Eberle Design Inc. Employees Complete CPR and AED Training
April 18, 2018
The Monitor

Each year, more than more than 350,000 people in the U.S. experience a cardiac arrest outside of a hospital, according to the American Heart Association. Unless cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is performed and an automated external defibrillator (AED) is used to shock the heart, a person can die within minutes. This month several members of the Eberle Design Inc. management team and staff successfully completed CPR and AED training.

Upgrade to the Advanced Transportation Controller Cabinet
April 2018
The Monitor

Eberle Design Inc. is at the forefront of the industry’s development of the Advanced Traffic Controller (ATC) Cabinet – bringing the traffic cabinet of the future into the market today. Why should the ATC Cabinet be part of your future plans?

Meet Us at ITS America’s Annual Meeting
April 2018
The Monitor

Eberle Design Inc. and Reno A&E are excited about the upcoming ITS America Annual Meeting which will be held from June 4-7 in Detroit. As a sponsor and exhibitor, we will be joining more than 2,000 transportation and technology professionals from the private sector, public agencies, research institutions and academia.

Eberle Design Inc. Receives Early ISO 9001:2015 Certification for Quality Management
March 15, 2018
International Parking and Mobility Institute – Member News

Eberle Design Inc. (EDI), a leader in advanced traffic data aggregation, vehicle detection and intersection safety monitoring solutions, today announced that it has received ISO 9001:2015 certification indicating its compliance with the latest edition of ISO 9001 quality management standards.

Eberle demonstrates award-winning iCite Data Aggregator
October 30, 2017
ITS World Congress 2017 Daily News

Among a range of advanced traffic data aggregation, vehicle detection and intersection safety monitoring products, Eberle Design and Reno A&E are featuring a live demonstration of the iCite Data Aggregator DA-300, winner of the ITS Nevada Best of ITS Awards.

Eberle Design data aggregator provides real time performance measures and traffic data
May 26, 2016
ITS America Preview News

Among a range of new products that Eberle Design Inc. (EDI) and Reno A&E will feature at ITS America 2016 San Jose will be the recently launched iCite Data Aggregator DA-300 that provides cost effective remote access to real-time performance measures and traffic data from any isolated or networked intersection

North America is shrinking
By Matt Zinn, Applications Sales and Technical Services Manager
October 2015
Thinking Highways – North America edition

Non-connected intersections are at the very least, a nuisance to traffic signal operators who receive calls about non-working signals, but no other details about the problem. But, the larger issue is the lost opportunity to remotely monitor the intersection for safety and functionality.

Real time intersection and arterial monitoring
June 2, 2015
Daily News

As delegates to the ITS America Annual Meeting will discover at the Eberle Design & Reno A&E booth, for the first time, traffic operations technicians and traffic engineers can now access real-time arterial traffic and intersection information such as detector counts, phase status changes, cabinet alarms, and overall ‘well being’ of the traffic cabinet status from remote, non-interconnected intersections.

Latest traffic detection systems featured at ITS America Expo
May 15, 2015
Traffic Technology Today

One of the USA’s leading manufacturers of electronic traffic monitoring and detection products has announced that it will exhibit its latest range of systems at the Intelligent Transportation Society of America (ITS America) Annual Meeting & Expo in Pittsburgh, from May 31-June 3.

Eberle Design and Reno A&E traffic management game-changer
Aug. 26, 2014
ITS World Congress Preview News

Eberle Design and Reno A&E will use will use the ITS World Congress Detroit for the world launch of what is being billed as a game-changer in traffic management – the first system capable of accessing real-time intersection and arterial traffic data from any traffic cabinet, regardless of the controller or central ITS system.

Additional functionality gives loops a continued lease of life
January/February 2014
ITS International

Two decades after the death of the inductive loops was predicted, Matt Zinn, technical services manager at Eberle Design, says the technology still offers advantages.