Thursday, December 24, 2015

Thursday, December 24, 2015

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Thursday, December 24, 2015 – ISSN 1529-1057

Merry Christmas!


1) Number of Drone Registrations Causes FAA to Shut Down Website for Upgrades
Link to New York Post article

2) Technology at Cincinnati Airport Helping Travelers Ease Stress of Holiday Flying
Link to WLWT-TV story

3) Twitter Envisions Drones Controlled by Your Tweets
Link to CNET article


4) Redundant Communications Systems Help Guide Ships
Link to Digital First Media article


5) Businesses Complain About Signage on New Highway in New South Wales
Link to Echonetdaily article


6) Report: US and EU Struggling to Reach Aviation Cybersecurity Agreement
Link to Washington Times article

7) North Carolina DOT: No Easy Way to Prevent Wrong-Way Highway Collisions
Link to WRAL-TV story

8) New Federal Rules Will Make Truck Drivers More Monitored Than Ever
Link to Washington Post article


9) Ghana Transport Minister Resigns Over Bus Branding
Link to Reuters article


10) BlackBerry Wants a Piece of the Driverless Car Market
Link to Motley Fool article

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