Monday, December 1, 2014

Monday, December 1, 2014

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Monday, December 1, 2014 – ISSN 1529-1057

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1) FAA to Ramp Up Drone Education, Regulation
Link to story on CNN:

2) Android Drone Apps Race Against the FAA
Link to article in Fast Company:


3) China to Launch Unified ETC System
Link to Xinhua article:

4) KPMG Report: Singapore's ERP System One of World's Most Innovative Infrastructure Developments
Link to article in The Straits Times:


5) Move to Install GPS in Private Buses in India
Link to article in The New Indian Express:


6) IEEE ITS Podcast: Active Safety with Professor Azim Eskandarian
Link to podcast:

7) News from the ERTICO Network
Link to update:


8) Laser Satellite Connection System Tested
Link to article in Digital Ship:
Link to news release


9) New Pennsylvania Trip Planner Looks to Improve Transportation Options for Vets, Military Members  
Link to article in The York Dispatch:
Link to FindMyRidePA


10) Hackers Infiltrate Payment Systems of Major Parking Garage Operator
Link to article on SecurityWeek:
Link to news release


11) Smart Highways Part of UK Government's £15 Billion Road Infrastructure Package
Link to article in E&T:


12) Connecticut Only State to Qualify for Federal Funds to Help Enforce Ban on Texting by Drivers
Link to article in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review:


13) Telematics Saves Fleets Millions
Link to article in BusinessCar:
Link to news release


14) Ad Blitz in San Francisco Bay Area Transit Hubs Designed to Break Homeless Stereotypes
Link to article in the San Francisco Chronicle:

15) Public Transport App Moovit Counts on Latin America
Link to EFE article:

16) In DC, Buses Will Get Priority with Technology that Holds Lights at Green
Link to article in the Washington Business Journal:

17) C-Tran Ambassadors Help Train Uneasy Riders
Link to article in The Columbian:

18) New Gentle Bus 'Horn' Will Alert Manchester, UK Pedestrians Engrossed with Their Mobile Phones
Link to article in the Manchester Evening News:
Link to news release

19) Oklahoma City Transit Marketing Wins Awards
Link to article in The Oklahoman:
Link to news release


20) Toyota to Roll Out Active Safety Systems in Mass-Market Vehicles in 2015
Link to article in Automotive News:
Link to news release

21) Adding Sophistication to In-Car Voice Output
Link to article in automotiveIT:
Link to news release (in German)

22) Report: 150 Million Passenger Cars Will Be Connected to Internet by 2020
Link to article in Computerworld:

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