Thursday, February 18, 2016

Thursday, February 18, 2016

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Thursday, February 18, 2016 – ISSN 1529-1057

Mitsubishi Electric Display Walls meet the demanding needs of today’s modern traffic management center with the introduction of the VS-60HS12U slim-depth rear-projection cubes that not only occupies about half the foot print of conventional rear-projection displays at only 20" deep, but are also amazingly budget-friendly.  Unlike LCD panels, the Mitsubishi Slim Cubes are designed to operate and run 24/7 with no screen degradation, thus minimal or no downtime, making its cost of operations and ownership more efficient than LCD panels.  With each 60" diagonal display cube with full-HD resolution, Mitsubishi slim cubes with virtually seamless bezels let you configure your display wall to meet your display and visualization requirement exactly.  
Visit for more information or schedule a demo.   Also feel free to download our white papers to see how a Mitsubishi video wall can greatly enhance your traffic management process.


1) NOTAMs Going Digital
Link to AOPA article

2) Singapore to Use Space Surveillance to Augment Air-Traffic Management
Link to Channel NewsAsia story

3) NASA Tech Could Trim Air Travel Delays
Link to GCN article

4) Cayman Islands Airports Authority Introduces Parrot Mascot to Market Airport, Reduce Traveler Stress
Link to Cayman Compass article


5) Copenhagen's New Traffic Lights Recognize and Favor Cyclists
Link to Wired article


6) Automated Twitter Account Spits Out Images from DC's Traffic Cameras
Link to Washingtonian article

7) Video of Band's Fatal Crash in Sweden Wiped Because Nobody Requested It
Link to Liverpool Echo article
Link to Aftonbladet article (in Swedish)


8) Popular Waze App Driving Some People in Residential Neighborhoods Crazy
Link to KCBS-TV story


9) China Aims for Leap in Technology in Maritime Sector
Link to China Daily article


10) High-Tech Pedicab (Rickshaw) to Be Trialed in Nepal
Link to Thinking Highways article


11) Denver Planning Multi-Pronged Effort to Have Zero Traffic-Related Deaths
Link to Denver Post article
Link to news release

12) Emergency Alerts Get More Direct
Link to Emergency Management article


13) Can These New Startups Convince Americans to Carpool?
Link to Bloomberg Businessweek article


14) Swiss Transport Card Could Threaten Data Privacy
Link to SWI story

15) Apple Wants to Replace Your Subway and Bus Passes with the iPhone
Link to BGR article

16) Swiftly Mobile App Combines Real-Time and Crowdsourced Info
Link to Transit Wire article

17) Istanbul Wins Best Smart Transport Ticketing Service Award
Link to Daily Sabah article


18) Smart People Need to Take Driving Tests; Smart Cars Should Too!
Link to The Hill blog

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