Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Wednesday, December 3, 2008 -- ISSN 1529-1057

TrafficLand is seeking an IP Video Sales Professional TrafficLand (, a leading provider of live traffic video, is seeking an experienced sales professional with a proven track record of success in IP video solution sales. The position requires a general understanding of IP video network topology, components, and installation requirements. The candidate must have the ability to understand and penetrate mid to enterprise-sized organizations, including identifying and selling to key decision makers.Experience required: Minimum of seven years experience in IP video solution sales (e.g. security, broadcast, ISP/ASP), undergraduate degree, and formal sales training. Candidate must be willing to travel up to 20%. Experience in sales to state and local governments preferred but not required.
Please send resume to:


1) Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority Likely to Keep Fighting Newspaper Boxes
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2) Red Light Cameras Cut Wrecks 30%, Texas A&M Study Finds
Link to story in the Houston Chronicle:

3) Mississippi Lawmakers Hold Traffic Camera Hearings
Link to story and video report on WLBT-TV:


4) Shanghai Getting Ready to Implement China’s First Large-Scale Electronic Toll System
Link to story in the Shanghai Daily:


5) Tacoma, Washington Port Tests Wireless Container-Tracing System
Link to story in Progressive Railroading:


6) Urban Mapping Unveils US Database of Parking Lots
Link to story and interview in GPS Business News:


7) Red Light Run by Metrolink Train Before Crash May Not Have Been Clearly Visible
Link to story in the Los Angeles Times:


8) Nevada National Guard Soldiers Among First to Test Convoy Safety System
Link to story from the Lahontan Valley News:

News Releases
ITS California Hosting Annual Meeting December 8-9
2) New ERP System for Aviation Maintenance Goes Live at Japan Airlines
3) New Solutions Enhancing Road Safety Developed in Finland - Traffic Violations Detected in a Flash
Bombardier SEKURFLO Transit Security Solution Wins Innovation Award

Upcoming Events
Webinar: A New Era in Public Safety: Mobile Applications for Situational Awareness – December 10

Today in Transportation History
1973 **35th anniversary** - Pioneer 10 passed by Jupiter, the first spacecraft to do so.

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