Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Transportation Communications Newsletter

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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


1) Singapore Opens High-Tech Airport Terminal

2) FAA Proposes Fine for Compass Airlines for Failing to Provide Weather Data to Flight Crews


3) Asset Manager Says Beijing Bike Rentals Show Data is King


4) Top Technology Used at New Sparta, Wisconsin Safety and Weight Enforcement Facility


5) Next-Gen GPS Puts Its Best Foot Forward


6) Traffic Technology Today’s Coverage of ITS World Congress

7) Shenzhen to Test Smart Lamp Posts

8) What’s the Federal Government’s Role in Smart Cities?

9) Connected Vehicles, Smart Cities and Standards

10) Ohio State Student Organization Aims to Bring Smart Technology to Campus


11) Pennsylvania OKs Online Betting in Airports, Truck Stops

12) Inrix Lays Off Staff as It Reorganizes


13) Augmented Reality Showcases Transportation Options in Santa Cruz County, California


14) New Mexico DOT Launches New Video Series Against Bad Drivers

15) China Media Campaign to Drive Home the Message of Pedestrian Safety


16) Traffic Accident Prediction Startup Waycare Gets $2.3 Million, Plans More Pilots
Waycare news release

17) Southern African Development Community Countries Agree on Standard Road Signs


18) Cannabis Ads Appear in TSA Checkpoint Trays at Ontario, California Airport


19) New App Encourages Greener Transportation Habits for University of Miami Students


20) EOCs Step Up Their Game


21) At Miami-Dade Bus Stops, It’s Free Wi-Fi Versus Shelters

22) Real-Time System Allows Passengers to Track Grays Harbor Transit Vehicles

23) New Cashless Ticket Scanners Being Installed on New Orleans Buses Will Read Mobile Fares


24) Google Ditched Autopilot Driving Feature After Test User Napped Behind Wheel

25) Qualcomm, AT&T, Ford, Nokia to Test Connected Car Tech in San Diego
Qualcomm news release

26) A Look at Google’s Testing Facility for Self-Driving Cars

27) What Virtual Reality Can Teach a Driverless Car

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