Thursday, June 29, 2017

Thursday, June 29, 2017

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Thursday, June 29, 2017 - Cranford, New Jersey


1) US Unveils Enhanced Airline Security Plan to Avoid Laptop Ban
US Department of Homeland Security news release

2) Senators Introduce Bill to Ban Calls on Flights
Senator Lamar Alexander news release


3) Samsung Has Special Walking App for Distracted Pedestrians But Nobody’s Using It


4) BART Completes $1.4 Million Installation of Security Cameras on Every Train
Bay Area Rapid Transit news release

5) Victorian Traffic Camera Virus Spreads


6) New South Wales Gets Real-Time Public Transport Updates in Google Maps


7) Oregon Measure Would Make It a Crime to Attach GPS Unit to Another Person’s Vehicle

8) Suburbs Finally Figured Out a Way to Get Rid of Pesky Drivers on Waze Shortcuts

9) Augmented Reality Comes to GPS Navigation, So No More Driving into Lakes!


10) Carnegie Mellon University Launches Smart Mobility Challenge in Southwestern Pennsylvania

11) ITS Australia Newsletter - June 2017


12) NotPetya Cyberattack Forcing Handwritten Communication with New Zealand Ports

13) NTSB Recommendations Aimed at Getting Better Weather Information to Mariners
National Transportation Safety Board news release


14) No Radio Frequency for CSX Crew to Warn Amtrak They Were on DC Track


15) Digital Tools Help Singapore Bus Operators Cut Accidents, Bad Driving Habits

16) Time for Transportation and Logistics to Up Its Cybersecurity as Hackers Put It on Target List


17) Verizon, Other Non-OEM Brands, Use Telematics to Forge Relationships with Car Owners


18) Volkswagen Announces AI Partnership with NVIDIA
Volkswagen news release

19) Chargeway Establishes Standardized Symbols for EV Charging

20) Identifying Traffic Signs with Deep Learning

21) DSRC: The Road to Ridiculous

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