Thursday, July 2, 2015

Thursday, July 2, 2015

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Thursday, July 2, 2015 – ISSN 1529-1057

6th Summit on the Future of the Connected Vehicle – October 27

On October 26-27, 2015, the Connected Vehicle Trade Association, with Event Sponsor the Michigan Department of Transportation will hold the 6th Summit on the Future of the Connected Vehicle (October 27th) and the 4 hour Connected Vehicle Professional Short Course (October 26th) at the Hyatt Place in Novi, Michigan. Join the conversation and take home brand-new insights on the toughest topics in the Connected Vehicle space!   Not only can you come find out what’s happening, you’ll also be part of figuring out what’s next!  Fellow thought leaders will include:  Automakers, Tier 1 and 2, Hardware, Software, Services and Communications companies, Insurers, and State and Federal government officials. From market overviews and federal policy to big data and business models, you’ll hear the latest from the most highly regarded experts in the field.  Specific topics will include: Markets, business models, apps and content, mobile integration, user interfaces, security issues, regulation, liability, IP and policy, data and analytics.  Specific topics will include: securing tomorrow’s Connected Vehicle; what’s next for HMI, smartphone integration and in-dash apps; the facts about key market segments like in-vehicle operating systems; what standards, policy and regulations are defining the marketplace; and more. For more information visit      


1) Tokyo's Haneda Airport to Use Robots to Clean and Carry Baggage
Link to Bloomberg article:
Link to news release


2) Scottsdale, Arizona Says New Bike-Detector Cameras Serve as Safety Tools
Link to story on KPHO / KTVK-TV:


3) Open Tolling Coming to Massachusetts Turnpike by End of 2016
Link to story on WCVB-TV:


4) Blind French Hikers Cross Mountain Range Using Special GPS
Link to AFP article:


5) New Zealand Transport Chief Addresses ITS Summit in Auckland
Link to story on Radio New Zealand:

6) IEEE ITS Podcast
Link to podcast:

7) IEEE ITS Society Newsletter – July 2015
Link to newsletter:


8) Federal Regulators Seek Faster Pipeline Spill Notifications
Link to article in The Hill:
Link to news release

9) DC Becoming a Hub for Transportation Startups
Link to article on DCInno:


10) SEPTA Shows Off New System to Stop a Speeding Train
Link to article in The Philadelphia Inquirer:


11) GM to Offer Teen Driver Tracking to Parents
Link to article in Computerworld:


12) Busy New York City Bus Stops Will Receive Countdown Clocks
Link to article in the Daily News:

News Releases

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