Transportation Communications Newsletter
Tuesday, September 2, 2014 – ISSN 1529-1057
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1) NASA Working on Drone Traffic Management Program
Link to article in The New York Times:
2) Latest Issue of Future Airport Online
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3) Inflight – September/October 2014 Issue
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4) University of Maryland Programs Use Technology to Potentially Solve Heavy Traffic
Link to article in The Diamondback:
5) Standards Being Developed for Interoperable Positive Train Control
Link to blog in EE Times:
SAFETY / SECURITY
6) 'Eyesight' Software Scans Surveillance Video for Suspicious Behavior on Atlanta's Marta
Link to article from The Atlanta Journal-Constitution:
7) European Research Project, SECUR-ED, Aims for Greater Security at Train Stations
Link to article on Phys.org:
8) Slowing Down Streets with Art Under Your Feet
Link to article in Fast Company:
9) New York State Trucking Firm Uses Device to Block Calls, Texts While Trucks in Motion
Link to article in the Times Union:
TAXIS / RIDESHARING
10) Uber Ordered to Halt Transportation Services in Germany
Link to story on Deutsche Welle:
11) Share a Taxi with a Stranger? Idea is Catching On in Big Cities
Link to article in Fortune:
12) Massachusetts Startup Aims to Create Better Drivers in South Africa Through Mobile App
Link to article in the Boston Business Journal:
13) West Virginia University Student Develops Service to Track Personal Rapid Transit
Link to article in The Daily Athenaeum:
14) Jaguar to Offer Laser-Projected Heads-Up Display
Link to article on Digital Trends:
15) Driverless Vehicles Are in the US Army's Future
Link to McClatchy News Service article:
16) Study: Connectivity Market Set to Soar, But Data Security is Big Worry
Link to article in automotiveIT:
1) Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission to Require Broadcasters to Relay Emergency Alert Messages
2) Bandwagon, the Ridesharing App, Partners With Hailo in New York; Makes Sharing Yellow Cabs a Snap
Rail~Volution – September 21-24 – Minneapolis, Minnesota
Today in Transportation History
1944 **70th anniversary** US Navy pilot, and future US president, George H.W. Bush, was shot down near the Bonin Islands.
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