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KSHB 41 TV – Rhythm in the News

Rhythm Engineering’s very own Sawyer Breslow was recently featured by Kansas City’s KSHB 41 News! Check out him discussing both the environmental and safety benefits of Rhythm’s In|Sync Adaptive Traffic Control System. By: Charlie Keegan A new traffic signal along Missouri Route 291 in Lee’s Summit will …

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In|Traffic Coordination Configuration for Clean Trafficways

By: Lance Kaminski & James Bley Did you know that Rhythm Engineering recently introduced In|Traffic, our new traffic management software? In|Traffic replaces CentralSync for coordination configuration. Thus, In|Traffic offers a variety of new and exciting cutting edge features for your coordination configuration needs. Some of …

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The Roomba Principle

By Jesse J. Manning, Vice President of Business Development I’ve always been the kind of person who hates to do domestic chores – folding laundry, doing the dishes, and especially vacuuming the floor. Don’t ask me why. Maybe it’s because I believe there should be …

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Large Scale In|Sync Deployments: A View From the Field

By Sawyer Breslow, Sales Engineer One of my most memorable In|Sync deployments was also the first large scale project I implemented. In October 2014, I flew into the small town of Farmington, NM, about an hour from Four Corners Monument. Our plane was not much …

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In|Sync Releases Alarm Notifications

Knowing when issues arise at your intersections is an important element in keeping traffic flowing at all times. Our goal in developing In|Sync’s first alarm notification system was to alert our partners of any issues going on at their intersections so they can be corrected …

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We Ought to Run Government Like a Business!

By Jesse J. Manning, Vice President of Business Development How many times have you heard this refrain over the course of the last several decades of political campaigns? In a capitalist society that celebrates the ingenuity of entrepreneurial organizations, political candidates and voters alike have …

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The Success of the Kansas City Streetcar

By Ryan Broomfield, Systems Architect As a resident of downtown Kansas City, Missouri and a Systems Architect at Rhythm Engineering, I am filled with an enormous sense of pride and satisfaction to be making a difference nationally and also locally in my own community. One of …