Monday, October 30, 2017

Monday, October 30, 2017

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Monday, October 30, 2017 - Cranford, New Jersey

The ATG Series from Reno A&E Offers Accurate Vehicle Counts for Parking, Toll & Access Control Revenue Systems

The ATG Series Detectors (Model DL-ATG Anti-Tailgating Detector with Directional Logic and Model L-ATG Single Channel Anti-Tailgating Loop Detector) count bumper-to-bumper passenger vehicles, detect multiple vehicles entering or exiting during a single gate cycle, provide single- or dual-lane directional counting, can count vehicles accurately even if a metal object is placed in the loop area, prior to a vehicle arriving over the loop detection zone, and accurately audit revenue collection at parking facilities. To learn how Reno A&E’s ATG Series Detectors can help you avoid lost revenue, contact RAE Sales Manager Carl Zabel at or 775-870-4499.


1) ViaSat Threatens Lawsuit Over Inmarsat’s European Aviation Network

2) Montana to Decommission All But One Historic Airway Beacon

3) Nav Canada Confirms Faith in Radar Tech
Nav Canada blog

4) European Aviation Network Delays In-Flight Wi-Fi Availability to 2018


5) Art, Design and New Signs: Grand Rapids, Michigan Looks to Improve Pedestrian Safety

6) oBike Taps Geofencing Technology to Curb Errant Parking in Singapore


7) Apple Maps Transit Directions Now Available in Phoenix and Birmingham, Alabama


8) GPS Monitors Installed in School Buses Save Albemarle County, Virginia $3 Million


9) ‘Smart’ Traffic Technology May Ease Congested London, Ontario Roads

10) ITS World Congress Podcast Interviews New ITS America CEO


11) New Panama Canal Tool Captures Ship Data to Rank Routes
Panama Canal Authority news release


12) Inmarsat Phone Apps: Developers and Satellite Technology


13) Grand Central Terminal’s Big Board Being Replaced

14) Amtrak Apologizes After Passenger Forced to Remove Anti-Trump Button


15) Madras High Court Says No to Ads, Banners Near Traffic Signals

16) Profile of National Barricade & Sign


17) The Surface Transportation Board's Information Security Program Is Not Effective


18) New New York City Transit Fare System Raises Security Concerns, But Officials Promise Safety

19) Techies: There Are Better Ways to Figure Out How to Catch Your DC Metro Train

20) Transit CEOs Share Agency Stories During Roundtable at APTA Meeting

21) New Jersey’s Raritan Valley Rail Coalition Updates Efforts to Improve Service on NJ Transit Line


22) Management of Kabul Traffic Department Handed Over to Municipality


23) New Driverless Systems to Be Trialed in Dubai from Next Year

24) NHTSA Seeks Ways to Clear the Road for Self-Driving Cars

25) Continental Reported to be in Talks to Buy Israeli Autos Cyber Firm Argus

26) Cisco Looks to Detroit to Pilot Its Connected Roadway Project for Autonomous Vehicles

27) Vodafone Working with BMW to Develop 5G Network Capability for Cars

28) Ford Grows Its Driverless-Car Unit Through Acquisition

29) Vehicle Connectivity: Paving the Road to the Future of Transportation

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1 comment:

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