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Peter Kohl, President, founded Zwiesler Resources, Inc. (ZRI) in 2006 as global resource of innovative and cost-effective traffic control equipment. ZRI works closely with companies that develop hardware and software for intersection traffic control and related applications.

Mr. Kohl has been active in the traffic control industry since 1966, and has served in corporate management positions including sales, marketing, new business development, and new product development. He has traveled extensively internationally, providing him with a first-hand understanding of international traffic control requirements. His extensive knowledge includes:

  • Intersection timing and control.
  • Traffic cabinet design & wiring.
  • Traffic controller standards.
  • NTCIP standards.
  • Traffic signal standards and hardware.
  • Traffic hardware testing and quality control.
  • Application of solar power to traffic control.
  • Interconnect/modem technology.
  • Traffic coordination.
  • Central traffic control systems.
  • Traffic preemption systems for emergency vehicles.
  • Traffic priority systems for transit vehicles.
  • Making intersection controller hardware operational.
  • Troubleshooting malfunctioning traffic hardware & systems.
  • Reduction of legal liability associated with traffic control.
     

SBC-2400 Single Board Controller System

 SBC-2400 Controller CPU
 SBC-2400 Traffic Software
 Software Manual
 HHT Programming Unit
 SBC-2400 Test Equipment
 SSC Power Board
 CMU Conflict Monitor Unit
 Cabinet Power Supply
 Loop Detectors
 Traffic Cabinets
  
  

Zwiesler Resources Inc. Capabilities

 Solar Power for Traffic
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Cost-Effective Traffic Control Solutions
for International Markets

Tel:  760-943-8675
Fax: 760-943-8675

220 Via del Cerrito
Encinitas, CA 92024, USA

 
www.zwiesler.com

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