Friday, October 27, 2017

Friday, October 27, 2017

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Friday, October 27, 2017 - Cranford, New Jersey

GEWI Smart City Solutions on Display at ITS World Congress in Montreal

GEWI will be exhibiting TIC Software Solutions which enable Smart City Operations at booth #1325 during ITS World Congress in Montreal. Automated response projects can be created using data from agency sources, HERE, TomTom, Waze, or others. The TIC Software all-in-one solution includes product features for Work Zones, Parking, Organized Events, Traffic Flow, Traffic Lights, VMS, Public Transport Events and more. GEWI’s TIC Software has been used worldwide by government road agencies, police, commercial traffic service providers, broadcasters and automobile and devices manufacturers since 1992. To schedule a private demonstration, contact jim.oneill@gewi.com.  If you’re unable to attend World Congress, download a GEWI brochure or view TIC Software videos at www.gewi.com


AVIATION

1) Applying V2X Technology to Drones

2) Yoga Classes to be Offered via iPads at Denver Airport

3) India Post Issues Stamp Commemorating Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji Airport
BICYCLES / PEDESTRIANS

4) Montevideo, Uruguay Using Technology to Encourage Bicycle Use

5) Ohio Valley Regional Development Commission Releases Southern Ohio Trails Web Portal

CAMERAS

6) Hammond, Indiana’s New Traffic Camera Technology Nabs Robbery Suspect
City of Hammond news release

CARTOGRAPHY

7) Official: Google Nigeria Committed to Enhance Tourism with Digital Maps

8) Google Maps Often Ignores Airport Transit Services, Even if They’re Faster or Cheaper

OTHER

9) Maryland Transportation Secretary Pulls Graphic After Swastika Comparison

ROADWAYS

10) Scotland’s New Queensferry Crossing Reveals How Smart Technologies Monitor, Maintain Health of Bridges

SAFETY / SECURITY

11) NHTSA Launches Pilot Program to Alert Maryland Car Owners of Uncompleted Auto Recalls
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration news release

12) Forgetting a Child in a Back Seat Can Kill. Cars May Soon Warn You

TELEMATICS

13) AIG Ireland Canceling Insurance Policies After Devices Show Drivers Speeding

TRAFFIC INCIDENT MANAGEMENT

14) Colorado DOT’s Winter Tactics Paying Off to Keep I-70 Flowing During Snowstorms

TRANSIT

15) Oyster Updates Its Services to Allow Customers to Top-Up Anywhere

16) Public Transit Benefits When Buses, Riders Are Connected

17) New York MTA Chairman Joe Lhota Recounts Managing Sandy Response in 2012

VEHICLES

18) Automakers Build War Chests to Finance a Self-Driving Future


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