Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Tuesday, October 25, 2016 – Cranford, New Jersey


1) FAA Declares Steady Progress on NextGen ATC Modernization
Link to AINonline article

2) United Airlines Upgrades Its Onboard Audio Experience
Link to Chicago Business Journal article

3) The Technology Exists to Reduce Lost Luggage, But Airlines Are Slow to Get on Board
Link to The Business Journals article

4) Jeff Bezos: Amazon Drones Will Find Landing Spots Using Symbols Printed by Customers
Link to GeekWire article

5) Big Data Efficiently Scales Staffing with Passenger Demand in Airports
Link to GeoMarketing analysis

6) NextGen for Airports: Engaging Airport Stakeholders
Link to Transportation Research Board guidebook


7) Florida DHSMV Chief: Drones Won't Be Used for Speeding Tickets
Link to WJXT-TV story

8) Nearly 1/3 of New Orleans' Traffic Camera Tickets Unpaid; Court Battle Looms
Link to WVUE-TV story

9) Council in Ireland Reassures Public, Traffic Cameras Are Not 'Roadside Bombs'
Link to Irish Independent article
Link to news release


10) NASA and ESA to Test GPS/Galileo Receivers On Board International Space Station
Link to Inside GNSS article


11) Thea Walsh Discusses USDOT's Smart City Challenge and Columbus' Win
Link to ITE Talks Transportation podcast

12) Korea Expressway Corporation, Road Traffic Authority, KT Team to Provide Traffic Safety Services
Link to Korea Times article

13) Australian ITS Industry 'Well Placed to Benefit from World Congress'
Link to ITS International article


14) Connecticut Installs Wayside Horns to Mitigate Noise on Hartford Line
Link to Progressive Railroading article
Link to news release


15) Getting Around Downtown Cincinnati Will Be Easier with Wide-Scale Electronic Signage Project
Link to WCPO-TV story

16) Road Signs Are as Important to Future of Driverless Cars as Artificial Intelligence
Link to ARC article


17) NHTSA Guidance on Vehicle Cybersecurity Irks Lawmakers
Link to IDG News Service article


18) HART to Offer Driverless Transit Service in Downtown Tampa
Link to Tampa Bay Business Journal article
Link to news release

19) DC Metro's Answer to Train Operators Running Red Signals: Brighter Bulbs
Link to Washington Post article

20) Apple Pay is Live in Japan and Works on Public Transport
Link to The Verge article

21) Customers Expect Better Wireless on Public Transportation
Link to blog in San Francisco Business Times


22) Minnesota Continues Partnering with Neighboring States to Improve Traveler Information
Link to Crossroads article


23) Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg Helps Mayors Prepare for Self-Driving Future
Link to USA Today article
Link to news release

24) Singapore to Launch First Trial of Driverless Buses
Link to Channel NewsAsia article

25) Otto's Beer Delivery Hailed as First Shipment By Self-Driving Truck
Link to Transport Topics article
Link to news release

26) New Navigation Techniques May Help Driverless Cars
Link to R&D article

27) Carmakers Struggling with High-Tech Dashboard Screens
Link to Wall Street Journal article

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