ISS names Brian VanDerBosch as Advisor to the Board of Directors

ISS names Brian VanDerBosch as Advisor to the Board of Directors
Image Sensing Systems, the developer of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) above-ground detection technologies Autoscope and RTMS, named Brian VanDerBosch as an Advisor to the Executive Chairman and Board of Directors.

Mr. VanDerBosch is currently the Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer of Global Traffic Technologies, a leading provider of traffic management solutions for the public safety and public transit markets used by municipalities and government agencies worldwide. In 2016, he led the company through its acquisition by the Fortive Corporation group of companies.  Mr. VanDerBosch has over 20 years of extensive operational and financial leadership experience in technology, manufacturing and distribution companies. He has a B.S. in Accounting from the University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management and is a Certified Public Accountant (inactive).

When asked why he chose to engage with Image Sensing Systems (ISS), Mr. VanDerBosch said, “I am very pleased to be an advisor to the Board of ISS and am impressed with their industry expertise and experience. The skills and the focus of the ISS teams are key to the future success of the company. The continued expansion of the video and radar product lines and the unique value these deliver to the ITS industry make a compelling case for growth.  As innovative technologies continue to drive significant change, I feel ISS is well positioned to build and develop relevant products and services to meet the ever-changing needs of the industry.  I am looking forward to sharing my insights with the Board and exceptional management team at ISS.”

“We're pleased to add, as our newest advisor, someone with such an impressive and extensive operational and financial background from within our industry," said Chad Stelzig, CEO of Image Sensing Systems.  “We are looking forward to leveraging Brian’s experience, knowledge and enthusiasm to further advance our initiatives.”
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