The Wavetronix App brings experience and knowledge from some of the top radar and traffic experts in the world to the palm of your hand. At Wavetronix we do more than design and manufacture the best intelligent transportation system tools available. We are partners working with transportation agencies to create solutions that increase safety and efficiency on roadways everywhere. With the Wavetronix App, you benefit from the combined experience of traffic experts from around the world, all working toward the common goal of improving transportation systems. The Wavetronix App provides unique content designed to assist traffic professionals in creating safe and efficient roadways while providing information for anyone interested in transportation issues including: -Pulse Magazine. Published quarterly by Wavetronix since 2007, Pulse Magazine includes articles covering a wide array of transportation issues as well as news about Wavetronix products and applications from around the world. -Case studies featuring partnerships between Wavetronix and transportation agencies creating ITS applications that make a real difference. -Social media integration so you can join in the conversation. -Educational material designed to give anyone a basic foundational knowledge of radar traffic sensors and transportation systems. -ITS application notes, guides, and other information to be used in the design office or in the field during installation. All content includes enhanced components including embedded video and multimedia content; interactive, exploratory features; links to third-party studies and research; and more. New content is added all the time so there is always something new to learn and enjoy. Download this free app today.
What's new in this version
Now introducing search. Search across Pulse Magazine articles, case studies and additional content in one convenient location. This release includes bug fixes and general improvements as well.
- Articles covering a wide array of transportation issues
- Transportation industry news
- Links to third-party studies and research
- Interactive, exploratory features