Monday, July 10, 2017

Monday, July 10, 2017

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Monday, July 10, 2017 - Cranford, New Jersey

The ATG Series from Reno A&E Offers Accurate Vehicle Counts for Parking, Toll & Access Control Revenue Systems

The ATG Series Detectors (Model DL-ATG Anti-Tailgating Detector with Directional Logic and Model L-ATG Single Channel Anti-Tailgating Loop Detector) count bumper-to-bumper passenger vehicles, detect multiple vehicles entering or exiting during a single gate cycle, provide single- or dual-lane directional counting, can count vehicles accurately even if a metal object is placed in the loop area, prior to a vehicle arriving over the loop detection zone, and accurately audit revenue collection at parking facilities. To learn how Reno A&E’s ATG Series Detectors can help you avoid lost revenue, contact RAE Sales Manager Carl Zabel at or 775-870-4499.


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