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Reno A&E and Eberle Design Inc. to Showcase Access Control Solutions at FENCETECH 2015

PHOENIX, Ariz. and RENO, Nev. (February 2, 2015) — Eberle Design Inc. (EDI) and its subsidiary Reno A&E (RAE), leaders in vehicle detection, intersection safety monitoring and access control products, today announced the appointment of Joseph Dudich to the position of vice president of engineering. Reporting directly to EDI President and CEO Bill Russell and working closely with EDI Chief Technology Officer Scott Evans, Dudich will lead EDI and RAE’s engineering teams and be responsible for engineering program delivery.

“Eberle Design’s reputation is grounded in providing high quality and reliable solutions for traffic control and access professionals,” said EDI President and CEO Bill Russell. “Joe’s arrival further strengthens our reputation and ability to create the best strategies for delivering existing and new products to our customers.”

Dudich brings a wealth of leadership and network engineering experience to EDI having spent more than 20 years in the telecommunications and financial industries. He has led the development, implementation and management of complex systems and teams globally.

“I am excited to join Eberle Design at a time when it is raising the bar to meet the growing needs of the transportation industry,” said Dudich. “I am also looking forward to leveraging our shared commitment to providing excellent customer support and solutions.”

Prior to joining EDI and RAE, Dudich held senior management roles with companies including NationsBank/Bank of America Global Corporate Investment Bank and Chicago Research and Trading Group. Most recently, he was a senior manager at Hewlett-Packard where he managed secured services engineering and directed resource alignment, training activities and project monitoring on more than 600 concurrently running projects.

About Eberle Design Inc. and Reno A&E Based in Phoenix, Arizona (Eberle Design Inc.) and Reno, Nevada (Reno A&E) are worldwide market-leading developers and manufacturers of electronic safety monitoring and detection products for the traffic, rail and access/parking industries. These products enable transportation and access control professionals to easily integrate, automate, and manage traffic, highways and intersections efficiently and safely.

Media Contacts:

Dr. Bill Sowell, Eberle Design Inc. and Reno A&E

480.968.6407, ext. 214 and

Sabrina McGowan, SQM Public Relations

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