Transportation Communications Newsletter
Thursday, August 28, 2014 – ISSN 1529-1057
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1) UN Group to Launch Programs to Provide Pilots with Information on War Zones
Link to article in The Hill:
2) New Advocacy Group Urges Spending on Airports, Air-Traffic Control Technology
Link to article in USA Today:
Link to Travelers' Voice
3) For One Student, Dreams of Drone-Based Advertising Take Flight
Link to article in Fortune:
4) Iowa DOT: I-380 Speed Cameras Don't Comply with Rules
Link to story on KCRG-TV:
5) Here for Gear Teased by Nokia on Twitter, Official Announcement Coming Friday
Link to article on AndroidHeadlines:
PUBLIC INFORMATION / EDUCATION
6) Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration Defends Safety Score
Link to article in Transport Topics:
SAFETY / SECURITY
7) South African Government Turns to Tech for Road Safety
Link to article on ITWeb:
8) This Seat Belt Could Stop You from Falling Asleep at the Wheel
Link to article on The Huffington Post:
9) The Differences Between Software and Telematics
Link to article in BusinessCar:
10) Hidden Obstacles for Google's Self-Driving Cars
Link to article in MIT Technology Review:
11) A Driverless Car 'Utopia' Could Soon Be Here, and This Company Will Be Behind It
Link to article on Quartz:
12) GM Drops HD Radio from Some 2015 Models
Link to column in Radio World:
Link to blog from Strategy Analytics
3) Iteris Awarded $1.2 Million Transportation Performance Management Task Order from National Highway Institute
International Conference Connected Vehicles – September 18 – Brussels
Today in Transportation History
1609 **405th anniversary** Henry Hudson, and his ship the Half Moon, sailed into Delaware Bay in search of a route to Asia.
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