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.

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Traffic Logix Would Love to Meet you at the 2017 IACP Conference

With more than 14,000 police professionals, over 200 workshops, and more than 600 exhibitors, IACP offers a once-a-year opportunity to network, learn, and explore the world of enforcement.

Traffic Logix will be exhibiting in booth 1017, showcasing our state-of-the-art solutions for safer roads.

Our speed trailers, variable message signs, and rotating speed messaging signs are used by police departments across the world. 

With real-time, highly-accurate speed display, flashing warnings, and changeable messages, we have what you need to stop speeders and protect your streets.

Explore our solutions, choose from over 200 workshops, and visit over 600 booths.

This is an event you don’t want to miss.

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Long Sunny Days, Wide Empty Roads

Long Sunny Days, Wide Empty Roads

False Sense of Security

The sun is shining, the days are long, and the beach, lake, and mountains beckon. The excitement of warm weather and promise of vacation coupled with the seemingly ideal summer driving conditions can lull drivers into a false sense of security. In fact, a Michelin study on driver safety found that 74% of drivers believe that less accidents happen during the summer. However, summer roads are not quite as safe as they seem.

Summer Dangers
The summer months are actually among the most dangerous on the roads and precisely because of that sense of security that warm weather and clear roads bring. As drivers lower their guard, they tend to relax their driving standards, becoming less vigilant than they might be in the snow or rain. The results can be deadly. Car crashes are often at their highest during the summer months while recent data showed August as second to highest for fatal crashes while July and August were among the highest of the year for crash injuries. 

Nature's Traffic Calming

Making sure that cars are traveling at safe speeds and that drivers stay alert is important all year long. But for much of the year, nature does her part to keep drivers on their toes. While the perils of distracted driving beckon drivers all year long, conditions like snowy roads, pouring rain, or slippery leaves can be enough to urge drivers to focus on the road ahead. In the summertime, when roads are clear and the sun is often shining bright, it becomes the job of cities, more than ever, to find ways to keep drivers alert and calm traffic.

Man-Made Effort
Nature has the right idea by creating changing road conditions to keep drivers focused. In fact, the earliest traffic calming configurations were made precisely to make driving more challenging in order to stop speeding. Physical devices such as speed humps or cushions compel drivers to focus on navigating their cars carefully. Brightly lit speed signs are another powerful way to grab drivers attention and return their focus to their driving. Summer roads don’t have to be dangerous. Traffic calming can make the difference

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Traffic Logix at the 2017 Police Security Expo

With 7,000 police professionals headed for Atlantic City next week, you don’t want to miss this!

Next Tuesday and Wednesday, June 27 & 28, the 31st Annual Police Security Expo will showcase the best in products and solutions for the law enforcement industry. We’re excited to be exhibiting our full line of ITS and traffic calming solutions at the Expo.

Image result for police security expo 2017Boasting 750 company exhibits, product demonstrations, and news updates, the Police Security Expo is the place police professionals go to learn about new trends and life-saving solutions.

Stop by Traffic Logix booth 2012 and learn how SafePace driver feedback signs can help you better protect your streets, discourage speeding and dangerous driving, and prevent crashes before they happen.

With an extensive array of models and accessories, the Traffic Logix line of SafePace safety solutions has what you need for safer roads. 

Monday, June 19, 2017

Traffic Logix at ASSE Denver

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Are you at the ASSE in Denver, CO this week?

From June 19-22 in Denver, CO, learn about the trends and solutions that are helping safety professionals to keep the workplace safe.

Stop by Traffic Logix booth 1816 and learn about our innovative safety solutions and how they save lives every day on corporate campuses around the world.

To schedule a meeting during the exhibition, send us an email at

We hope to see you there!

The Traffic Logix Team

Case Highlight: South Carolina Ports

Case Highlight: South Carolina Ports

Targeted Photo Speeds

The South Carolina Port Authority is one of the fastest growing major ports in the US with over $150 million of cargo passing through daily. To improve accountability for trucks traveling in and out of the port, a gate entry system takes a photo of each truck’s equipment. The challenge is that photos can only be captured at 8- 12 mph. When trucks don’t reach the target speed, they slow the cargo delivery process and create needless traffic by circling back for a second try.


In Search of the Perfect Solution
For a solution to work to address the truck speed issue, several features were imperative. The Ports Authority needed to be able to regulate truck speed, notify incoming trucks of speeds, message drivers to slow down or speed up, inform drivers when they should maintain their speeds, and be completely programmable from office in Charleston, SC to any port in the state.

Innovative Speed Sign

The innovative SafePace 700 sign offered a unique array of options that was a perfect fit for the South Carolina Ports. The full matrix of LEDs allows for display of driver speed, text messages, or a combination of both. The SafePace Cloud allows for remote access of the signs from anywhere with internet. With the pilot program in Greer, SC, over 200 miles away from Port offices, this offered the flexibility to regulate truck speeds at the port.

Is Education Enough?
The SafePace 700 signs have been installed at ports in Greer, SC with plans to install more in Charleston and at other state ports. With extra large 18” digits for improved visibility and flashing strobes, drivers can clearly see their speeds and be warned when exceeding thresholds. Driver responsive messaging can be programmed to alert drivers to slow down, speed up, or maintain speed. All programming and data downloads can be done seamlessly from anywhere with internet via SafePace Cloud.