Eberle Design Inc. and Reno A&E to Exhibit Access, Traffic and Detection Solutions at ITS Arizona 22nd Annual Conference
PHOENIX, Ariz. (September 28, 2015) ⎯ Eberle Design Inc. (EDI) and Reno A&E (RAE) will exhibit at the ITS Arizona 22nd Annual Conference at the Mesa Convention Center in Mesa, Ariz. from September 30-October 1, 2015. Booth 2 will feature these advanced traffic detection technology, intersection safety monitoring and access control solutions:
- EDI and RAE Data Aggregator DA-100B® Series field monitoring device from the iCITE™ (Intelligent Cabinet Interface for Transportation Equipment) product suite, is the first system capable of accessing real-time intersection and arterial traffic data from any remote, non-interconnected traffic cabinet, using high-speed communications, regardless of the traffic controller or central ITS system.
- EDI ORACLE Loop Monitor Advanced Vehicle Detector features back-lit user friendly LCD interface using plain English word prompts for setup, operations, special functions and diagnostics; indicates vehicle presence with great accuracy and reliability; and monitors the condition of the loop and loop network for diagnostics purposes.
- EDI Advanced Traffic Controller Cabinet Components (ATCC) provide all the necessary cabinet peripherals for the ATC open architecture traffic control platform, designed to take advantage of ultra low-power LED signals, enhanced fail-safer design, added intersection diagnostics such as signal current monitoring, and compact double-density size and modularity.
- EDI Smart Monitor Malfunction Management Unit (MMU2) is a full featured unit that monitors up to 16 traffic signal channels for conflicting inputs, improper sequencing, incorrect timing, and invalid voltage levels. This includes the Flashing Yellow Arrow (FYA) functionality.
- RAE Bicycle Detection & Vehicle Differentiation System combines a C-series detector with special algorithms and prefabricated inductive loops for new and upgraded intersections. The RAE (model C-1101-B and model C-1201-B) loop detectors identify all vehicles, including the ability to differentiate bicycles from all other vehicles, as well as scooters and motorcycles.
- RAE Malfunction Management Unit (MMU2) is a full featured unit that monitors up to 16 traffic signal channels for conflicting inputs, improper sequencing, incorrect timing, and invalid voltage levels. This includes the Flashing Yellow Arrow (FYA) functionality.
EDI is a proud sponsor of the ITS Arizona 22nd Annual Conference. We invite you to visit us in Booth 2 to learn more about our solutions, view product demonstrations, and have the opportunity to enter a random drawing to win the latest Apple® iPad Mini 3. For more information on this event, kindly visit http://www.itsaz.org/conference.
About Eberle Design Inc.
An ISO 9001:2008 Registered Company – Celebrating over 35 Years of Excellence
Eberle Design Inc., headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, is a leading manufacturer of electronic monitoring and detection products for the traffic, access and rail industries. The company’s broad array of products – including conflict monitors, inductive loop detectors, (for reliable detection of autos, motorcycles, bicycles, Class 1 and light railway cars), power supplies, flashers, load switches and other mission-critical infrastructure control components – allows transportation and access control professionals to integrate, automate and manage intersections, roads and access points (e.g., gated entry, tolls and parking) easily, efficiently and safely. The company designs, manufactures and sells under the EDI and Reno A&E brand names and is recognized as a leading provider of rugged, high-performance, specialty components. With 2 billion error-free detection and intersection monitoring transactions performed every 24 hours, the more than 3 million active EDI devices currently deployed globally are essential to enhance motorist and pedestrian safety.
Dr. Bill Sowell, Eberle Design Inc. and Reno A&E, 480.968.6407 ext. 214, firstname.lastname@example.org
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