Monday, February 2, 2015

Monday, February 2, 2015

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Monday, February 2, 2015 – ISSN 1529-1057

Eberle Design Inc. and Reno A&E to Showcase Access Solutions at FENCETECH 2015

Eberle Design Inc. and Reno A&E will feature solutions from our DEFLECTOMETER™ line of products at the American Fence Association’s FENCETECH 2015, Feb. 3-6 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. EDI and RAE provide a wide range of vehicle detection products from inductive loop detectors, AVI detectors and prefabricated roadway loops. Our DEFLECTOMETER™ series loop detectors are designed to help technicians save valuable time and maximize profits by quickly installing, accurately trouble-shooting, and reliably maintaining access control systems.

Stop by booth 658 to see the standard for reliable, high quality vehicle detection products that will improve the performance and lifecycle of your access control systems.  


1) International Aviation Leaders Seek New Safety Mandate After Deadly 2014
Link to Reuters article:

2) In Sweden, Remote-Control Airport is a Reality
Link to story on NPR's Weekend Edition Sunday:

3) FAA's New Air Traffic Control System, NextGen, Causing Major Noise Pollution
Link to story on CBS This Morning:

4) Future Airports Could Become High-Tech Pleasure Domes
Link to story on BBC News:

5) Custom Fragrances Coming to an Airline Near You
Link to article on Bazinga:


6) Copenhagen to Roll Out New Smart Traffic System
Link to article on The Local Denmark:

7) NYSDOT Rolling Out 'Intelligent Transportation System' in Western New York
Link to story on WGRZ-TV:

8) Alabama DOT Installing ITS on Roadways
Link to column in The Birmingham News:

9) ITS Podcast: First Distinguished Lectures Series in Japan with Tsuguo Nobe and Shinpei Kato
Link to podcast from IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Society:

10) News Update from ERTICO Network
Link to update:

11) THX – January 2015
Link to online platform from Thinking Highways:


12) Japan, China Agree to Launch Maritime, Aerial Crisis Management Mechanism
Link to Xinhua article:


13) Virginia DMV Extends Expiring Credentials Due to IT Outage
Link to AP article:
Link to news release

14) Big Data Could Drive Up Premiums for British Drivers
Link to article in Computer Business Review:


15) Robots Park Cars at Dusseldorf Airport
Link to story on CNN:

16) Smarking Drives Big Data to Parking Industry
Link to article on TechCrunch:


17) Pennsylvania DOT Plans to Better Advertise Tar and Chip Work
Link to article in The Meadville Tribune:


18) Ontario's GO Transit Adding Wi-Fi to 22 Stations
Link to article in the Toronto Sun:

19) App Offers New Tools for Navigating Park City, Utah's Public Transit
Link to story on KSTU-TV:

20) Intercity Transit Trip Planning Web Application
Link to report from the Transportation Research Board:


21) Super Bowl Traffic and Parking Prep Years in the Making
Link to article in The Arizona Republic:

22) Michigan DOT Traffic Center Keeps Trucks, Cars Moving
Link to article in the Detroit Free Press:

23) Slovak Telekom to Supply Traffic Information System in Slovakia
Link to article on Telecompaper:

24) A Peek Inside Toronto's Traffic Brain
Link to blog on blogTO:


25) BMW Cars Found Vulnerable in ConnectedDrive Hack
Link to IDG News Service article:
Link to article from ADAC (in German)
Link to news release

26) How Connected Cars Have Established a New Ecosystem Powered by the IoT
Link to blog on TechCruch:

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