Thursday, March 17, 2016

Thursday, March 17, 2016

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Thursday, March 17, 2016 – ISSN 1529-1057


1) European Commission's Conflict Zones Task Force Issue Report
Link to Air Traffic Management article


2) Study Finds Navigation Systems May Lead to More Traffic Congestion
Link to Wired article


3) President of GE Transportation Discusses Company's Digital Future
Link to CIO article

4) A Plan to Make Bristol Britain's Smartest City
Link to Economist article


5) High-Tech Parking Systems Making Inroads in Dallas Offices, Hotels and Airport
Link to Dallas Morning News article

6) Ford Thinks a Simple App Can Cure the Headache of Parking
Link to Wired article


7) Washington's Island Transit Board Selects Director Finalists in Secret
Link to South Whidbey Record article


8) Road Weather Management Performance Measures: 2015 Update
Link to FHWA report


9) Cities to Untangle Traffic Snarls, with Help from Alphabet Unit
Link to New York Times article


10) Automatic Emergency Braking Coming to All US Cars by 2022
Link to USA Today article
Link to news release

11) Baidu to Test Drive Autonomous Cars in the US
Link to Wall Street Journal article

12) Google Awarded Patent for School Bus Detection Technology
Link to Government Technology article

13) Autonomous Cars Aren't Perfect, But How Safe Must They Be?
Link to AP article

14) Daimler's Top Strategist Predicts Full Digital Automotive Ecosystem
Link to automotiveIT International article

15) Standards to Support Connected Vehicle Deployment
Link to further information from FHWA

News Releases

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