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Industry:Tech Services
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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Rhythm Engineering's estimated annual revenue is currently $9M per year.
  • Rhythm Engineering's estimated revenue per employee is $145,000

Employee Data

  • Rhythm Engineering has 62 Employees.
  • Rhythm Engineering grew their employee count by -7% last year.
  • Rhythm Engineering currently has 1 job openings.

Rhythm Engineering empowers communities to save lives, save time and money, and save the environment through innovative, affordable traffic solutions. Its flagship product, In|Sync, is a market-leading real-time adaptive traffic control system that enables traffic signals to immediately adapt to traffic demand. Communities using In|Sync save drivers up to 27 tankers worth of fuel, 33 years of time waiting in traffic, dozens of car crashes, and millions of pounds of harmful emissions, for a total economic benefit of up to $8 million each per year. In|Sync is the most widely deployed Adaptive Traffic Control System in the U.S. and is installed at more than 2700 intersections in 155 cities across 34 states. It is proven by independent studies to help make traffic significantly safer, faster and cleaner for American motorists. To learn more, visit www.RhythmTraffic.com/solutions Awards: - 64th fastest growing private company in the U.S., Inc. 500, 2011 - #1 fastest growing company in the Kansas City region, KC Business Journal, 2012 - #1 fastest growing company in the Kansas City region, Ingram's, 2011 - Kansas Governor's Energy Efficiency Recognition Award, 2010 - Best Companies to Work For Finalist, Ingram's, 2012 - 2012 Road and Bridge Safety Improvement Award, PennDOT/PHIA/PSATS, 2012 - Excellence in Transportation Engineering Award & Palmetto Award, ACEC-SC, 2012 - Project of the Year Award, Mid-Atlantic Section of the Institute of Transportation Engineers, 2011 - Excellence in Transportation Award, Kansas City Chapter of the Institute of Transportation Engineers, 2011