April 27th & 28th – West Des Moines, IA
April 28th – Princeton, NJ
May 12th – San Diego, CA
Join us for our Regional Technical Conference, the forum for traffic professionals interested in learning more about the latest traffic solutions, including In|Sync, and other Rhythm Engineering products.
Learn more about technical traffic solutions that save motorists’ time, save lives, and benefit the environment. Network with your colleagues and get an exclusive update on Rhythm’s newest, yet-to-be released tools for traffic professionals!
May 19th-22nd – Pittsburgh, PA
Rhythm Engineering is excited to attend ASHE 2016 National Conference celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Pittsburg Section. Be sure to visit us at booth #307!
June 12th-15th – San Jose, CA
Rhythm Engineering will be attending ITS America 2016, where innovators and implementers from business, public agencies, academia, engineering, the research community, app developers, infrastructure security agents, financiers and the media will come together to make new contacts, transfer knowledge and generate new ideas about what’s next. See you there!
Don’t want to wait? Watch a recording of a live InSync webinar.
Originally recorded October 10, 2012
Join us for a data-rich presentation on the operations and benefits of InSync, the adaptive traffic control solution deployed by more agencies in the U.S. than any other solution. In less than an hour you will see:
Originally recorded September 26, 2013
Neil Blais, President and CEO of Blais & Associates, Inc. has helped cities and local communities receive nearly 100 million dollars in grant funding.
Get expert inside information as Neil reveals the state of the industry, specifically breaks down different types of funding, and gives you clues on getting grant funding for your project.
Hundreds of communities are getting funds for all types of transportation projects. It doesn’t have to be confusing or complicated.
Originally recorded August 15, 2013
View this recording of a live webinar and see how public transportation agencies across the U.S. use InSync adaptive traffic signal for specific traffic management applications. During this recorded presentation, Dan Cook, Senior Configuration Engineer at Rhythm Engineering, will show how InSync improves signalization and traffic flow in conditions that involve:
Originally recorded July 10, 2013
The Colorado Department of Transportation and City of Greeley, CO recently installed InSync adaptive traffic signal control along 10th Street corridor in Greeley. On this recorded webinar, Larry Haas, P.E., Traffic Operations Engineer with CDOT Region 4, gives a detailed case study on their experience. Learn about the traffic management challenges the agencies were facing, why they chose InSync as the solution and how InSync is improving traffic flow and safety as evidenced by an independent before-and-after study from Atkins.
Originally recorded May 29, 2013
Find out how InSync performs against optimized time of day (TOD) plans by participating in our recorded special event webinar from the comfort of your desk. Industry expert, Dr. Aleksandar Stevanovic, P.E. presents his microsimulation study comparing InSync with TOD plans in a variety traffic conditions. In less than an hour you will see:
Originally recorded March 28, 2013
View this recording of a live webinar presented by Jim Clark, P.E. In this presentation, Jim shares research from his latest paper, “InSync Adaptive Traffic Signal Control Shows Initial Safety Benefits.” See how traffic professionals are preventing property damage, injuries and even loss of life by using intelligent traffic control. Participants will see:
InSync:Tesla, the newest adaptive traffic control solution from Rhythm Engineering, installs in as little as one day because it is compatible with your existing detection devices, traffic cabinets and controllers. Envision what you can accomplish for your agency and community in just one day. You will see InSync:Tesla deployed and turned on in four hours, learn how it works, understand the algorithm’s in-field performance and hear directly from multiple agencies operating InSync.
By choosing InSync:Tesla, you will:
Originally recorded November 16, 2010
Determining how to step up your intelligent transportation system (ITS) network infrastructure to meet the demands of the 21st century can be difficult. The myriad of constantly changing technologies available makes it even more challenging. But once you break it down, the right choice may be easy to see. View this recording of a live webinar to get solid answers for your ITS communications questions. You will learn: