Thursday, March 15, 2018

The ISC West and Getting the Most out of Huge Tradeshows

The ISC West is an amazing security show with access to all the security professionals you’d every want to meet and over 1,000 new products you didn’t even know existed.

We’re proud to be exhibiting our bestselling solutions like the SafePace 100 speed display sign and our recycled rubber speed humps. Our smart solutions improve safety and prevent accidents at entryways, in facilities and on roadways of all kinds.

We know you’ll want to check out our booth and meet us to learn more about how we’re protecting roads around the world.

But where do you head next?

A show of this size can be overwhelming but planning ahead can help.

Start by narrowing it down. Figure out just who you really want to meet and which products you’d like to learn about. Leave yourself free time to explore but make sure you don’t miss what you came for.

Schedule meetings ahead of time with companies that interest you so you know you’re making the most of your time at the show.

We hope to see you there!

The ISC Show West will be on April 10-12, 2018 at the Sands Expo in Las Vegas, NV. For more info click here.

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Do You Have an Action Plan?

Every city wants safe roads. No public works director or transportation department says hey, we don't care if people speed on our roads, cause crashes, and put pedestrians at risk. But how proactive are you in keeping  your roads safe?

For many cities, that answer is very. But if it isn't for yours, it may be time to take action.

The best way to ensure that you're putting traffic calming where it's most needed and not just slapping a bandaid on problems as they arise is to have a plan in place of how to address issues.

Cities with the most effective traffic calming programs have point systems to determine when and where traffic calming is needed most.

By allocating points to streets based on an established formula, you can target dangerous speeding behaviors in a way that makes sense, creating safer roads for everyone who uses them.

For more information on how to build a traffic calming program from the ground up, check out our popular municipal traffic calming guide.