Tuesday October 10,  2017

New Intelligent Navigator
The iNavigator is setting the standard for the next generation of Accessible Pedestrian Signals.  It incorporates the latest technology in power line communication and wireless communication.
The iNavigator has the same features as the EZ Communicator EN Navigator product with added features including:      
  • More distinctive button vibration
  • Better digital sound technology and 360ยบ sound output
  • New button switch technology that allows push force adjustment
  • Wireless programming via Bluetooth or WiFi  that makes installation, programming and upgrading very easy to accomplish.  No need to remove covers or plug in cables to change messages or firmware.
  • Multiple Control Unit options on the iN2 to match cabinet models and simplify installation and utilize SDLC if available
  • Not channel limited and no longer limited to 4 buttons per channel as on EN2
For more info, click here.
And here, to view a video on basic features programming. You must click on the video tab at the bottom of the page.                                                                                      

EPAC Basic Training

October 17-18, 2017 Fargo, ND

October 31-November 1, 2017 Normal, IL

November 2-3, 2017 Davenport, IA

November 14-15, 2017 Lee's Summit, MO


October 9-11, 2017  College Station, TX

October 17-18, 2017 Bloomington,  MN

October 18-19, 2017 Champaign, IL

Mark your calendars NOW!!!
More details this fall.
Davenport User's Group
December 13th -14th, 2017

St. Louis User's Group
January 31 - February 1, 2018

Minnesota User's Group
February 28 - March 1, 2018


Grunewald on Coordination

Traffic specialists often speak with us about traffic flow challenges that are seemingly timeless.

You've got a newly-paved corridor and new traffic signals. So why would the motoring public not be completely thrilled?
The answer lies in an age-old problem: will the arterial green be long enough to move the heavy traffic?  Will the arterial green be too long and frustrate the other movements?

The key concepts for a happy motoring public are:  ......

Click here to learn more.


Know your traffic trivia? Here's your chance to show us.

What item did Thomas Edison invent that is now instrumental in one of the product lines we represent?

Send your answer to marketing@MoboTrex.com with Traffic Trivia in the subject line.
The answer to  the September 26th trivia is "Burma Shave." Here is an interesting article on the signs.

This must be a casual stop...
aren't most STOP signs in all caps like it's YELLING at you?

If you have a funny picture of a traffic related item, send it to marketing@MoboTrex.com

"You just can't beat the person who never gives up."

~~ Babe Ruth ~~

Some items featured in our Tuesday Traffic Talk are not available in all of our territories. Please consult your Regional Sales Manager or Inside Sales Representative for clarification.

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