Tuesday, March 27, 2007
Tuesday, March 27, 2007
Transportation Communications Newsletter
Tuesday, March 27, 2007 -- ISSN 1529-1057
GLOBAL BORDER SECURITY CONFERENCE & EXHIBITION
MAY 8-10, 2007, SAN ANTONIO, TX
This three-day international conference and two-day exhibition will focus on cross border cargo transport and security, immigration issues and drug cartel containment.
Over 100 exhibitors and 1000 buyers from 10 countries are expected.
DON’T DELAY – To exhibit or attend, please contact George DeBakey, Harry Carter, or Peter Cappiello at 301-493-5500 or visit www.globalbordersecurity.com for more information.
1) New York MTA Seeks Designs for Cameras to Be Installed Inside Subway Cars
Link to story in The New York Times:
2) O’Hare “Escape Routes” Sought
A computer program that gives airlines earlier warnings about spiraling flight delays among new air-traffic tools for Chicago airport.
Link to story in the Chicago Tribune:
3) Washington, DC Area Traffic Reports Tend to Give Us “Just the Facts”
Link to story in the Washington Examiner:
4) US Justice Department Inspector General Criticizes Work On Wireless Network for Law Enforcement
Link to story in The Washington Post:
Link to report from the US Department of Justice:
5) Airline Entertainment Offerings Go High-Tech
Link to Reuters story:
6) New Jersey DOT to Replace 11,000 Faded Signs on Highways
Link to story in the Asbury Park Press:
7) Common Language
First responders find software well-suited to their interoperable communications needs.
Link to story in Washington Technology:
8) Wireless Tech Goes Deep-Sea Diving
Link to story from CNET Networks:
1) Inrix Introduces Real-Time and Predictive Traffic Application for Windows Mobile Devices
2) Meeting to Steer Automotive Road Map - The partners and members of the MOST Cooperation will meet in Frankfurt
APTA 2007 Rail Conference – June 3-6 – Toronto
Today in Transportation History
1977 **30th anniversary** - Two 747s collided on a runway in Tenerife in the Canary Islands. The worst crash in aviation history killed 538 people.
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