Thursday, June 1, 2017

Thursday, June 1, 2017

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Thursday, June 1, 2017 - Cranford, New Jersey

Econolite Career opportunity!

Does being at the core of innovation with a leading-edge technology company, that is making a positive impact on the future of mobility, sound like a career path for you?  If so, Econolite is offering this unique leadership opportunity as the Director, Sales (Eastern Region).  The successful candidate will be a proven leader who has extensive and successful experience in selling technical solutions, primarily to the government sector. He/she must be a strong collaborator who enjoys working with others to find solutions for the customers we serve.   Above all, he/she must be a trusted leader who has what it takes to grow the business for the leader in traffic management software and to take customer satisfaction to the next level.
Econolite continues to be a pioneer and leading provider of comprehensive traffic management solutions, including the development and deployment of connected and autonomous vehicle technologies.  We will consider candidates  in the Eastern Region.
Learn more and apply today via the following link:  link


1) JetBlue to Trial Facial Recognition as Boarding Passes
JetBlue news release

2) Robotic Kiosks and Other New Tech Coming to Your Airport
USA Today

3) Atlanta Airport Hackathon Looks at Ways to Improve Air Travel

4) Danish Math Wizards Use Big Data to Cut Airport Waiting Time in Half

5) How an Atlanta Airport Is Using Drones to Help with Runway Maintenance


6) LED Bike Lights Target Night Riders and ‘Burners’


7) Oregon May Let Cities Use Red-Light Cameras to Also Identify Speeders


8) Indonesia to Establish Electronic Toll Collection Consortium

9) Indiana Toll Road Drivers Using E-ZPass Transponders See Big Rate Increase


10) Japan Launches Its Version of GPS Satellite to Improve Location Positioning


11) How GPS Spoofing Could Divert a Ship


12) Federal Judge Sides with Oregon Man Accused of Illegally Using the Word ‘Engineer’

13) Digital Tool Aims to ID Urban Planning’s Winners, Losers


14) US Transportation Secretary Urges Drone Industry to Engage Public


15) Amtrak Sues DC Union Station Over Delta Airlines Ads


16) Visitors to US Can Now Be Asked for Facebook, Twitter Handles

17) Europe’s New Safety Rules to Cut Crashes

18) 12 States Have Advanced Tougher Distracted Driving Bills This Year

19) Human and Computer Vision Unite to Help Microsoft Engineers Stop Traffic Deaths


20) Waze Will Roll Out Its Carpool App Across California


21) Smarter Cars Paving the Way for Robot Vehicles

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