Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Tuesday, March 15, 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 http://me-vis.com/products/vs-60hs12U/ 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) Detroit Metro Airport Rolls Out High-Tech Digital Directories
Link to Airport Improvement article


2) Foot Traffic Along Pedestrian Thoroughfare in Burlington, Vermont Measured Via Wi-Fi
Link to Burlington Free Press article


3) Google Updates Maps, Giving Users More Ways to Commute
Link to Tech Times article


4) MEPs Engage Stakeholds on How to Bring the Transport Sector into the Digital Age
Link to FIA article


5) Panos Prevedouros Discusses Transportation in Hawaii
Link to interview on E Hana Kakou on Think Tech Hawaii


6) Minnesota DOT Audit Finds a Lack of Transparency, Objectivity
Link to Pioneer Press article

7) Investigation Says Hillsborough County, Florida Officials Broke No Laws But Inappropriately Destroyed Public Records
Link to WTSP-TV story


8) Report: Americans Were Stuck in Traffic for 8 Billion Hours in 2015
Link to CNNMoney article
Link to news release


9) European Commission Road Safety Newsletter – March 2016
Link to newsletter


10) Uber Now Sharing Data with Moscow Transportation Department
Link to Global Voices article


11) Senators, Google Urge National US Self-Driving Regulations
Link to Reuters article

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