About Strong Concepts...
Strong Concepts, founded in 1989, specializes in the development of professional-quality traffic engineering software and training. We are the exclusive developer and direct distributor of TEAPAC software. TEAPAC has established a proven track record within the traffic engineering community. TEAPAC has been in constant use for over forty years since its premier in 1974. It has matured steadily in this time with numerous feature set advances and usability improvements. TEAPAC continues to be the most popular suite of seamlessly-integrated, privately-developed traffic and transportation PC software worldwide. Today TEAPAC is in use in all 50 US states and in many countries on 6 continents world-wide. The majority of US state DOTs also make use of TEAPAC in their analysis.
Dennis W. Strong, PE, is the founder and President of Strong Concepts. Mr. Strong, a past Fellow of the Institute of Transportation Engineers, is a recognized expert in the analysis, evaluation, and design of traffic signal control systems and related computer software. He has four decades of design experience in signal system and software projects throughout the US and abroad. He has managed numerous general traffic engineering and traffic signal design projects and has many articles and presentations to his credit. Mr. Strong has lectured regularly at the Northwestern University Traffic Institute (Center for Public Safety), the University of Central Florida, the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Louisiana State University, among others. He is also a past chairman of the Signalized Intersection Subcommittee of the TRB Highway Capacity and Quality of Service Committee which authors the Highway Capacity Manual.
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this page last updated June 12, 2015