Thursday, November 16, 2017

Thursday, November 16, 2017

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Thursday, November 16, 2017 - Cranford, New Jersey

Econolite, Associate Vice President, MIAMI, FL
The Associate Vice President will play an integral part of our strategy in establishing and expanding our profile in Miami, Florida and beyond. This role will lead a team of engineering, project and sales professionals to perform engineering, project and business development activities, including leading teams in proposal development and project delivery.  This work includes design, deployment, operations and maintenance of traffic management systems while maintaining the highest levels of service and support to our customers.
Learn more and apply today via the following link: Career Opportunities


1) FAA Updates Electronic Flight Bag Policy

2) Swiss Delivers Digital Press to Lounges at Geneva and Zurich Airports


3) Google Maps: Here’s How Its New Look Will Adapt to the Way You’re Traveling


4) Shippers Need More Rail-Asset Transparency, Firms Say

5) Three Ways Fleets Use Technology to Improve Safety


6) A Look Inside the GPS Control Center in Colorado Springs


7) INTERSECT17 in Full Swing

8) News Update from ERTICO - ITS Europe

9) Latest Edition of Smart Highways


10) New Port Automation Task Force Looks to Combine AI, Cloud Computing, IoT and Big Data

11) Malaysian Navy to Work with Telcos to Enhance Maritime Safety App


12) Texas Sheriff Threatens Charges Against Truck Driver for Profane Anti-Trump Sticker

13) Florida’s New App for Car and Boat Tags -- and What It Will Cost You

14) FCC Takes Steps to Facilitate Next Generation Wireless Technologies in Spectrum Above 24 GHz

15) The Accelerator - Volume 1, Issue 3


16) New Jersey Launches Traffic Stop Education Program in Response to Police Shootings
NJ Attorney General news release

17) Transport for London to Remove ‘Free Baloch’ Adverts from Buses


18) New Musical Dives Into History of White Pass and Yukon Route Railroad


19) See the New US 23 Flex Route in Action

20) Missouri DOT to Place Flashing Interactive Signs Along Bypass to Remind Drivers to Focus on Road

21) In Profile: Ahmed Alhammadi on New Technology in UAE Road Projects


22) NTSB Urges Collision Avoidance Tech, Data Recorders in Trucks

23) Technology That Can Reduce Driving Distractions and Their Dangers


24) Arizona Launches Traffic Incident Management Website for Responders


25) SEPTA Hopes to Make Commutes Smoother with Launch of Newest App


26) South Korea Unveils Its First Fully-Automated Shuttle

27) Texas Instruments Aims to Make Car HUDs Bigger and Brighter
Texas Instruments news release

28) Assessing the Effects of Automated Vehicles on Freeway Operations

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