Thursday, November 8, 2012

Thursday, November 8, 2012

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Thursday, November 8, 2012 – ISSN 1529-1057

Are you ready for MAP-21 and RTSMIP requiring performance measurements and multiple system monitoring requirements for states?  This webinar will review these federal programs and requirements and illustrate how INRIX products and services can greatly ease the cost and complexity of compliance.  Register now for the November 14, 1:30-3:00 pm EST webinar.


1) Avionics for NextGen
Link to article in Avionics:

2) Internet Calls Spur Clash Over Talking in the Air
Link to article in USA Today:

3) MIT Engineers Infuse FAA Terminal Flight Data Manager Prototype with 4D Visualization Using Luciad Software
Link to article in Aviionics Intelligence:

4) Persian Gulf Airports Embrace Technology to Manage Rising Passenger Growth
Link to article on AMEinfo:


5) Qatar to Have Intelligent Transport System Before 2022 World Cup
Link to article on AMEinfo:

6) EU Wants to Cooperate with Taiwan in Telematics, Intelligent Technologies
Link to article from Central News Agency:

7) Dublin to Host European ITS Congress
Link to article in Irish Trucker:


8) Mesa, Arizona May Put Traffic Court on TV to Educate Public on How to Behave
Link to article in The Arizona Republic:

9) US Agencies Should Brace for More Public Access to Records
Link to article in FCW:


10) Experts Attending Traffic Safety Summit in Las Vegas
Link to story on KTNV-TV:


11) EU Commissioner for the Digital Agenda: 2015 Still Target for eCall in European New Cars
Link to article in automotiveIT International:


12) This DIY Traffic Counter Could Change Everything About Transportation Planning
Link to blog on The Atlantic Cities:


13) Continental: Car-to-X Communication Standards Ready from 2015
Link to article on just-auto:

News Releases

Upcoming Events
Content and Apps for Automotive USA 2012 – December 4-5 – San Diego

Today in Transportation History    
1892 **120th anniversary** A general strike began in New Orleans.  It shut down transportation services in the city.

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