Tuesday, July 10, 2007
Tuesday, July 10, 2007
Transportation Communications Newsletter
Tuesday, July 10, 2007 -- ISSN 1529-1057
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1) BART May Install TVs on Trains, in Stations
Link to story in the Contra Costa Times:http://www.contracostatimes.com/news/ci_6339478
2) Rockwell Collins Tests MultiScan Radar on Global Flights
System uses two beams to better track storms.
Link to story in Aviation Week and Space Technology:
3) Cockpit Techs to Aid Runway Incursion Problem
Link to story in Flight International:
4) Rhode Island Beachlovers Steamed after Signs Mislead
Electronic signs mistakenly say beaches were closed.
Link to AP story:
5) Roads of the Future Will be Hot-Wired
Link to story in the Quincy Herald-Whig:
6) Mobile Phones Don’t Always Sync with Cars
Link to story on just-auto:
http://www.just-auto.com/article.aspx?ID=91908&lk=dm (free registration required)
7) ITIS Holdings in Deal to Get Radio Bandwidth for Traffic Info Services
Link to Thompson Financial story:
8) TomTom Lets Users Map Their Own Roads
Link to story in PC Pro:
9) Mississippi Finalizes Contract to Build Statewide Emergency Communications System
Link to story in The Clarion-Ledger:
10) Articles from June Issue of Airport Business
- The Future of Credentialing - Security specialist shares what the feds, industry groups are doing
- FBO Marketing and the Internet
1) Bermuda Deploys World’s First Countrywide Electronic Vehicle Registration System Using TransCore’s RFID Technology
2) American Airlines Launches Special Web Site for Its China Bid
Link to site: http://www.flytochinaonaa.com/
SESAR (Single European Sky ATM Research) Information Day – July 27 – Brussels
Today in Transportation History
1985 - The Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior was bombed and sunk in the harbor of Auckland, New Zealand by French secret service agents.
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