SAINT PAUL, Minn., May 24, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Image Sensing Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: ISNS) announced today that Econolite Canada has become its exclusive distributor of RTMS® (Remote Traffic Microwave Sensor) products in Canada including the flagship RTMS G4, the newest generation radar sensor for vehicle detection and traffic measurement. (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20050512/CGISSLOGO) "The RTMS G4 represents the latest in our efforts to drive innovative technology development, which has been a hallmark of our company for more than 20 years," said ISS Canada Ltd. Vice President of Sales Mike Ouellette. "We are proud to partner with Econolite Canada to deliver the essential technologies that help the industry realize the potential of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS)." "This will add to Econolite Canada's growing portfolio of strategic ITS capabilities. The smart technologies that provide the critical information required for predictive management and proactive planning of our roadways is key to effective ITS programs," said Econolite Canada Chief Operating Officer Charles Toth. "Working closely with ISS, the recognized leader in radar and video detection, in adding RTMS to our offerings falls directly in line with our goal to provide leading-edge options to our customers. This RTMS offering builds upon the successful 20-year technology and product development partnership between Image Sensing Systems, Inc. (ISS) and Econolite." The RTMS G4 is a roadside radar detection system that is easy and safe to install without traffic disruptions or lane closures. The G4 combines a high-resolution radar, with options for contact closures, serial communications, wireless communications and Ethernet communications with IP camera to view traffic scenes, all within a single enclosure. The G4 offers convenient Bluetooth communications for setup, calibration and data access, allowing technicians to connect from their service vehicle at the roadside. Its sleek, cabinet-free detection station is simple to integrate into any traffic management system.