Monday, September 25, 2017

Monday, September 25, 2017

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Monday, September 25, 2017 - Cranford, New Jersey

Join Eberle Design Inc. and Reno A&E at the ITS World Congress in Montreal

As a sponsor and exhibitor, Eberle Design Inc. and Reno A&E is excited to join thousands of leaders from the transport, automotive, telecommunications, and technology sectors at the ITS World Congress at the Palais de congrès in Montreal, October 29-November 2, 2017. Organized by ITS America, in conjunction with ITS Canada, and ITS Europe and ITS Asia-Pacific, the ITS World Congress will showcase and evaluate the latest innovative concepts, active prototypes, and live systems. In booth 1701, Eberle Design Inc. and Reno A&E will feature a variety of advanced traffic data aggregation, vehicle detection and intersection safety monitoring solutions that are advancing the future of ITS integration. Our team looks forward to meeting you in Montreal! Join us on Twitter at @EDItraffic and @RenoAEproducts and use the hashtag #ThisIsITS. For registration, exhibition, sponsorship and program information:


1) With Lax Oversight, FAA Has Enabled Secrecy in the Skies
Boston Globe

2) Airservices Details Sydney Airport Software Glitch
Airservices statement

3) Weathering the Storm -- How the FAA Keeps Airspace on Track in a Crisis


4) Smartphone Cameras Monitor Road Conditions


5) Rhode Island DOT: First Toll to Be Up by December, Truckers May Get Bills in January


6) Ohio Company Developed Software, App to Help Transportation Companies Connect
Reach website


7) Passwords for 540,642 GPS Vehicle Tracking Devices Leaked Online

8) Super Accurate GPS Chips Coming to Smartphones in 2018
Broadcom news release


9) Optimizing and Enhancing Existing and New Urban Transport Systems


10) Advisory Committee Says Singapore Needs to Work with Maritime Clusters Abroad to Stay Ahead
MPA Singapore news release


11) New York City Unveils Mobile App with Real-Time Updates on Transit Disruptions, Other Emergencies

12) Tesla Test-Drivers’ License Data Allegedly Shared Without Consent

13) Delhi Traffic Police and Gurugram Police Argue Over Cause of Jam on Twitter

14) How the Boingo CEO Gives You Free Wi-Fi and Makes Money

15) Re-Tweets Mentioning ‘White Supremacists’ Appear on North Carolina DOT Twitter, Then Vanish


16) Optimizing Rail Traffic Management


17) New Apple iPhone Feature May Change How You Drive


18) New Autos Load Up on High-Tech Equipment from Infotainment Systems to Safety Signals


19) Federal Judge Approves Audio Recording on Reno Buses
Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County statement

20) When the New York Subway Fails, Riders Scream Into the Twitter Abyss

21) On Board Program to Inform Public About Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada’s Future Transit Plan

22) Kenosha, Wisconsin Holds Transit Expo to Raise Awareness of Transportation Options

23) ‘Please Offer Me a Seat,’ the Buttons Say. New York Subway Riders Aren’t Listening


24) Annapolis, Maryland Using Drones to Help Solve Traffic Problem
City of Annapolis news release

25) Ada County (Idaho) Highway District Now Sending Mobile Alerts About Traffic Delays

26) Transport Malta Sets Up Emergency Contact Number to Ease Traffic During School Year


27) Driverless Cars to Brew More Traffic Snarls, Aussie Survey Shows

28) Intelligent Vehicle Testing Area Planned in Jiading, China

29) Here’s Our Closest Look at the Tesla Model 3 Touchscreen Yet

30) Work Zone Reporting to Autonomous Vehicles

31) Connected Cars, Beyond the Paradigm

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