Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Wednesday, June 5, 2013 – ISSN 1529-1057

Multiple Job Opportunities in Virginia

Professionals Incorporated ( is currently seeking multiple transportation professionals for our client in Virginia.  Salaries and benefits are highly competitive.
Please contact Katy Moses at 202-559-9005 x 472 or if you or anyone you know would like to hear more about the positions listed below! 

Manager / Director of Technology and Support:  This is a highly visible role that holds responsibility for overall technology and support services.  Candidates must have leadership, ATMS, ITS, and support services experience.  Location: Richmond, VA.

Senior Application Architect (ATMS): Lead and support a mission critical ATMS development project.  Candidates must have SDLC, ATMS, and solid development experience in Agile and Scrum environments.  Transportation specific experience is a must. Location: Richmond or Northern VA.

Senior Systems and Network Architect: Lead and support a mission critical platform infrastructure.  Candidates must have experience in systems administration and architecture of mission critical systems and networks, preferably in the transportation industry.  Experience supporting ATMS is a huge plus.  Location: Northern VA.


1) Thought-Guided Helicopter Takes Off
Link to BBC News story:


2) Audi Adds Live Parking Information to Cars with Connect Service
Link to article on Fox News:


3) Timely Project Delivery Through Public Involvement
Link to presentation by Nathaniel Cabral-Curtis of Howard/Stein-Hudson:


4) Telematics and Air Pollution in China
Link to article on Telematics Update:

5) 2013 Telematics Update Award Winners
Link to article on Telematics Update:


6) Jeep Recall Costly, But So is the PR Damage
Link to article in USA Today:

7) QNX Steers Android Apps Into Autos
Link to article in the Ottawa Citizen:

8) BMW to Connect Future Cars to ConnectDrive Internet Service
Link to article in Autocar:

News Releases

Upcoming Events
National Congestion Pricing Conference – July 9-10 – Seattle

Today in Transportation History    
1998 **15th anniversary** UAW members at a GM factory in Flint, Michigan went on strike.  The strike spread to other GM facilities and lasted 54 days.

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