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Sausalito Selects Streetline Real-time


Parking Control System The city of Sausalito, CA, a 2.2-square-mile community


with a population of about 7,500, has selected the Streetline Inc. real-time parking control system and ultra-low-power wireless occupancy sensors in a competitive bidding process. It will be used to help manage 538 metered parking


spaces in four municipal lots enforced seven days a week. Streetline is integratingwithAPARC Systems’TicketManager citationmanagement and Siemens pay-stations. “Sausalito’s selection … will result in one of the most


advanced parking management systems in the world,” said Streetline CEOTod Dykstra. The company provides sensors and controls that monitor


and communicate with stationary and “linear assets” such as parking meters and spaces, vehicle traffic lanes and street- lights. Using data collected with ultra-low-power devices, it provides real-time software as a service to improve productiv- ity and revenue while reducing costs.


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W.S. Tyler’s Architectural Design WireMesh Helps AviationMuseum Take Flight


The architects of the new museum store at the PimaAir


and SpaceMuseum in Tucson,AZ, wanted to create a design that would emulate the dynamic quality of flight. The oppor- tunity to do this came through the design of the exterior canopy, used for sun-shading of the building’s full-height glazed-window walls. After looking at a number of different materials, they


Universal Lighting Technologies, Inc.


26 Century Blvd., Suite 500 • Nashville, TN 37214-3683 (615) 316-5100


choseW.S. Tyler’s Dokawell-Mono architectural design wire mesh for both its durability to withstand theArizona sun and for its beauty. Construction also has started on a new food service facility at the museum with the same Tyler wire mesh incorporated into the design to keep with the “flight” theme. Dokawell-Mono, the company says, allows for versatili-


ty in fabrication and provides light-reflection properties.And its design, which also gives a transparent appearance to the façade, is very durable and virtually maintenance-free. It is just one of many styles manufactured by W.S. Tyler and Haver&Boecker.Together, they have been leaders in the pro- duction of woven-wire-cloth products, worldwide, dating to the late 1800s.


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