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Eberle Design Inc. and Reno A&E Announce Four New Webinars

PHOENIX, Ariz. and RENO, Nev. (June 24, 2015) — Eberle Design Inc. (EDI) and Reno A&E (RAE) announce the addition of four new webinars to its 2015 webinar series. The 45-minute, complimentary webinars will cover AVI solutions, remote intersection data collection, inductive loops and MMU recertification.

Led by Matt Zinn, EDI and RAE Applications Sales and Technical Services Manager, the webinar schedule includes:

  • July 14 – “Automated Vehicle Ingress (AVI) Solutions - Making Life Easier”

  • August 11 – “Data Aggregator™ (DA-100B™) - Obtaining Real-time Traffic Data from Remote Intersections and Arterials”

  • September 8 – “Best Practices for Inductive Loop Operation - Technology Improves with Age”

  • October 13 – “MMU Testing and Factory Recertification Program Overview”

All webinars will be held from 8 a.m. PDT/11 a.m. EDT and will feature a Q&A from the audience. Registration details are available at and

About Eberle Design Inc. and Reno A&E 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 (e.g., autos, motorcycles, railway and bicycles), 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.

Media Contacts:

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

480.968.6407, ext. 214 and

Sabrina McGowan, SQM Public Relations

240.401.2092 and