Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Transportation Communications Newsletter
Tuesday, March 29, 2016 – ISSN 1529-1057


24/7 SLIM-DEPTH DISPLAY CUBES FOR EFFECTIVE TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAY TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT
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.

AVIATION
1) Using Apps to Ease the Headache of Navigating Airports
Link to New York Times article
GPS / NAVIGATION
2) Waze Will Now Tell You When You’re Speeding
Link to The Verge article

3) US Congressmen Seek Delay to Nationwide Differential GPS Closings
Link to GPS World article
OTHER
4) How Policymakers Can Respond to New Transportation Technologies
Link to Technical.ly article
5) IBM Watson is Changing Travel in Ways Nobody’s Expecting
Link to Skift article
ROADWAYS
6) Rhode Island Set to Renumber All Its Highway Exit Signs
Link to WPRI-TV story
TAXIS / RIDESHARING
7) ‘Lyft Carpool’ Launches in San Francisco
LInk to San Francisco Examiner article
Link to news release
TRAFFIC INCIDENT MANAGEMENT
8) The Responder - March 2016
Link to TIM Network newsletter
TRANSIT
9) Singapore Telcos Hit the Road with Transit NFC Pay Service
Link to ZDNet article
10) Hong Kong Government Slow to Provide Transport Data, But Tram Operator Share Real-Time Information
Link to Hong Kong Free Press article

11) Traffline Founders Begin Online Ticketing for Mumbai Public Transport
Link to YourStory article

TRAVELER INFORMATION / TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT
12) Public and Traveler Information Key in $1.5 Billion I-15 Project in Nevada
Link to Las Vegas Review-Journal article
VEHICLES
13) US Transportation Secretary: Guidance on Self-Driving Cars Due Soon
LInk to Detroit News article

14) Simplicity of Toddler Toys Inspire Car Infotainment Design
Link to USA Today article
News Releases
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