Monday, April 17, 2017

Monday, April 17, 2017

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Monday, April 17, 2017 - Cranford, New Jersey

EDI Brings Technology to a New Level with ATC Cabinet Solutions

Eberle Design Inc. (EDI) is at the forefront of the industry's development of the new Advanced Traffic Controller Cabinet (ATCC) – bringing the traffic cabinet of the future into the market today. The ATC cabinet has an open architecture design that takes advantage of ultra-low power LED signals, enhanced fail-safer design, with enhanced cabinet peripheral equipment diagnostics, compact double-density size and modularity. For more information, kindly contact Jon Muilenberg, EDI Sales Director, at


1) US Data Comm Faces Security Threat Probe


2) Chevy Drops Navigation on the Bolt

3) Future UK Drivers Will Have to Know How to Use Navigation System
Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency news release


4) Dutch C-ITS Project Publishes Results

5) New ITS Data Webinar Recordings Now Available Online


6) Grand Central Guide Suspended for Giving ‘Off-Limits’ Tours


7) Highway Signs in Alberta Herald Canada’s First Connected Vehicle Test Site


8) Iowa Governor Signs Law Against Texting While Driving
Governor Terry Branstad news release

9) Who Should Regulate Cybersecurity for Connected Cars?

10) Real ID Debate Prompts Fears About Disclosure of Alaskans’ Social Security Numbers


11) Ride Hailing in Rural America: Like Uber with a Neighborly Feel


12) Who Needs IoT? Smartphones Are the New Tracking Devices


13) Birmingham’s MAX Transit Rolls Out Free Wi-Fi on All Buses

14) PRT, the Often Overlooked Automated Vehicle System


15) Sao Paulo May Adopt South Korean Traffic Regulation System

16) Web-Based Informational Sessions on Transportation Systems Management and Operations


17) Apple Get the Green Light to Test Self-Driving Cars in California

18) Hyundai Speeds Car-to-Home Connectivity

19) Talking-Car Safety Mandate Hits Unexpected Pothole of Opposition

20) Qualcomm: ‘Steadfast’ Supporter of DSRC Sees C-V2X Providing Clear Path Forward

21) Vehicle Manufactures Use Widely-Varying Standards for In-Vehicle Screens

22) Aspiring Tech Prodigy Tries to Reroute Self-Driving Cars

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