Paul Misticawi and Mac McDonough join from Econolite and Navteq
MADISON, Wis.–(Business Wire)–
TrafficCast International, Inc., a leading provider of travel time data and
advanced traffic monitoring technology, announced two additions to its growing
Paul Misticawi has been named Vice President and Director of Public Sector
Sales. Paul will lead TrafficCast initiatives targeting state departments of
transportation and other agencies for data provision and sales of BlueTOAD,
TrafficCast`s innovative system for monitoring travel times, road speeds and
route behaviors by detection of Bluetooth signals from passing vehicles.
Prior to joining TrafficCast, Paul was the National ITS Business Development
Manager at Econolite, responsible for managing new business development in North
America. Previously, Paul was a member of the technical sales and marketing team
at Autoscope. Paul graduated in Civil Engineering from Northeastern University
and will be based in Atlanta, GA.
Mac McDonough is joining TrafficCast as Senior Software Architect to manage
high-level software design, technical standards, and coding platforms across the
TrafficCast product portfolio. Mac comes to TrafficCast with over 20 years of
experience in software engineering and architecture at Dash Navigation, Navteq,
Tamsco and McDonnell Douglas. Mac was a Captain in the United States Air Force,
and holds an MS in Electrical Engineering from Cornell University and a BS from
the University of Washington.
“It goes without saying how excited I am to have Paul and Mac on-board,” noted
Neal Campbell, CEO of TrafficCast. “They are great additions to our team as we
engage new customers and launch new products in mobile navigation and the public
sector. They have the energy and experience that will help us win.”
About TrafficCast International, Inc.
TrafficCast is the leader in travel time forecasting and traffic information,
developing technology, applications and content based on advanced digital
traffic data. TrafficCast powers both MotionX-GPS and TomTom, the top two
traffic-enabled navigation apps on the iPhone, as well as a range of providers
serving the interactive, mobile, enterprise and public sector markets, including
Yahoo Maps, DeCarta, and Maptuit. TrafficCast BlueTOAD integrates innovative
technologies to monitor travel times, road speeds and route behaviors by
detection of Bluetooth signals from passing vehicles, with the most recent
installations in Missouri, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania. The company is based in
Madison, Wisconsin. For more information, see www.trafficcast.com.
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