Transportation Communications Newsletter
Tuesday, September 6, 2011 – ISSN 1529-1057
1) Air Traffic Errors Climb
Link to article in The Boston Globe:
2) New Zealand Government Launches Air Traffic Management Planning Effort
Link to article in Aviation Week:
3) Massachusetts Man Recounts the Morning of 9/11 from the Logan Airport FAA Control Tower
Link to article in The Eagle-Tribune:
4) Traffic Cameras Have New Prey: Criminals
Link to article in USA Today:
GPS / NAVIGATION
5) Interview with Massimiliano Kisvardy, Director of Business Development – Cesar Satellite
Link to audio interview from Telematics Update:
6) Florida Studying a Possible Universal ID for Everyone
Link to article in the St. Petersburg Times:
7) If New York City Becomes the 'Smartest' City in the World, How Will It Prepare for Future Hurricanes?
Link to blog in Fast Company:
8) The Fragmentation of Computing Systems and the Potential Impact on Next-Gen ITS
Link to Terranautix blog:
9) Former Director of the New Jersey Division of Highway Traffic Safety Begins Blog
Pam Fischer will write about transportation safety issues with a focus on teen driving.
Link to blog in the Caldwell Patch:
10) Traffic Technology International – August/September Issue Online
Link to magazine:
11) Wholesale Closure of Almost Every Signal Box on UK Rail Network
Link to article in The Rail Engineer:
SAFETY / SECURITY
12) New European Initiative Will Deliver Safe Parking Information to Truckers
Link to article on Handy Shipping Guide:
Link to news release from North Sea Freight Intelligent Transport Solutions:
TRAVELER INFORMATION / TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT
13) New System Measures Crossing Times at Mexican-American Border
First of its kind system located at Bridge of Americas.
Link to story on KFOX-TV:
14) New Zealand Transport Agency Presents Transport Management Plans for Rugby World Cup 2011
Link to article on Voxy News:
15) Market Opportunities and Monetization Issues of In-Vehicle Content
Link to presentation by Roger Lanctot of Strategy Analytics via Telematics Update:
16) Safety Shouldn't Take a Back Seat to Entertainment
Link to editorial in Automotive News:
Fall Transportation Conference – October 13-14 – Las Vegas
Today in Transportation History
1961 **50th anniversary** The US National Reconnaissance Office was established. The agency is charged with designing, building, launching and maintaining America's intelligence satellites.
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