Q-Free distributor and long-time manufacturer of traffic control cabinets, Control Technologies, is expanding their line of traffic cabinets to include the revolutionary ATC cabinet by licensing Q-Free’s innovative cabinet design. The ATC cabinet combines the best of NEMA and Caltrans-style cabinets, styles which the company has manufactured for more than 35 years. The announcement comes as the doors to the 2022 IMSA Forum and Expo open in Orlando, FL.
The unique cabinet design by Q-Free, a global leader in mobility solutions for smart city infrastructure, meets the needs of any ATC cabinet installation – touch-safe design that protects users from accidental shock, load current monitoring to detect dark intersections, and the ability to put the intersection in flash during routine maintenance. In addition, the cabinet’s flexible design includes pass-through serial comms, remote or direct terminations, and a combo 16/18 channel output, not currently available from any other manufacturers on the market.
Control Technologies Founder and CEO Mike Day and Q-Free EVP Jimi Meshulam inked the agreement, characterizing it as ‘hitting the sweet spot’ by capitalizing on the strengths of both organizations. Q-Free is renowned for their revolutionary ATC hardware design [for traffic signal controllers and cabinets] while Control Technologies is recognized for their high-quality, high-volume manufacturing.
“ATC cabinets are a proven commodity that improve safety at the intersection, boost operational efficiencies, and take the first step towards an eco-friendlier cabinet design,” said Day. “We are excited to bring the ATC cabinet to life at our east coast manufacturing facility where we can also proudly boast that its American Made.”
Control Technologies made the announcement at the 2022 IMSA Forum and Expo taking place July 24 – 27, 2022 in Orlando, Florida, where they have the cabinet design on display at their booth #100.
Q-Free ASA (OSE: QFR) is a global innovator in intelligent transportation systems that improve traffic flow, road safety, and air quality. With an open, collaborative approach to tolling, traffic and active transportation management, Q-Free works with customers and partners on every continent to digitize infrastructure and overcome modern mobility challenges for the greater good of society.
Headquartered in Trondheim, Norway, Q-Free has annual revenues of approximately 1 billion NOK (100 million USD) and employs about 360 transportation innovators, experts, and enthusiasts. To learn more about how Q-Free is changing the movements of life, visit www.q-free.com.
About Control Technologies
Control Technologies provides high-quality traffic signal control and ITS solutions that improve the efficiency, intelligence, and safety of transportation networks while enhancing usability and productivity to keep traffic moving. The company was founded in 1980 by Michael Day and is part of the CT Group that includes 60 employees across five companies nationwide. Control Technologies manufacturers traffic signal control cabinets and controllers out of its U.S. ISO-certified facility.
To learn more about Control Technologies and the CT Group, visit www.cttraffic.com.