Jim is an Electrical Engineer with more than 35 years of experience in the traffic signal industry. He has been involved in engineering, quality control, marketing and product development, including the development of a complete line of microprocessor traffic signal control equipment.
Jim was the Manager of Engineering for Crouse-Hinds Traffic Control Products for nine years. At the time, Crouse-Hinds specialized in the manufacture of traffic signals, controllers and accessories. Jim then spent eleven more years in management and engineering positions for Traffic Control Technologies, Inc., a successor company to Crouse-Hinds, which produced traffic signal controllers and other traffic signal equipment.
Jim is a Professional Engineer in New York and is a member of several professional organizations, including the Institute of Transportation Engineers.
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- Traffic Signal Engineering - Expert Article on Sequence Reconstruction
I had the Green light…
No, I had the Green light…
These conflicting assertions can occur when there is a collision at a signalized intersection involving cars, or cars and pedestrians.
How do you determine what happened since the condition of the signal lights at the time of the incident has been changed, lost?
This article provides insight on the first step in determining the truth behind your investigation.
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