Friday, October 10, 2008

Friday, October 10, 2008

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Friday, October 10, 2008 -- ISSN 1529-1057


1) European Transport Ministers Back ‘Single Sky’ Amid Airline Skepticism
Link to story on EurActiv:

2) Interoperable Airport Credential Won’t be Easy
Link to story in ContactlessNews:


3) Compute Your Way Through Traffic
Link to story in Forbes:


4) Security Flaw in Smart Cards Poses Risk for Transit, Building Access
Link to CBC News story:


5) MIT Researchers Try to Crack Already Solved Problem of Predicting Commute Times
Link to story in Wired:

6) Ohio DOT Unveils Message Board System
Link to story on WHIO-TV:


7) Tokyo Researchers Develop ‘Transparent Cockpit’
Link to story in Traffic Technology International:

News Releases
Nissan to Pilot Slip-Hazard Alert and New Road-Cam Service
2) Mobileye Answers Call for US Driver Safety Solutions

- Request for Abstracts – 2nd International Symposium on Freeway and Tollway Operations – Deadline October 30

Upcoming Events
American Traffic Safety Services Association Annual Convention & Traffic Expo – February 1-5 – San Jose, California

Friday Bonus
Yeah, it’s impressive, but let’s see them try it with a 747!

Today in Transportation History
1967 – The Outer Space Treaty entered into force.

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