Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Tuesday, January 23, 2018 - Cranford, New Jersey


AVIATION

1) Seoul Incheon Airport’s New Terminal 2 Big on High Tech, Art
Incheon Airport news release (in Korean)

2) Inflight Connectivity in India Gets Green Light
Telecom Regulatory Authority of India news release

3) United Airlines Saves 170,000 Gallons of Fuel by Using Lighter Paper on Inflight Magazine

4) Airports Turn to AI to Find the Dangers Within

5) How Biometrics Could Speed Airline Boarding, Stop Stowaways

CAMERAS

6) Ohio Considers Punishing Cities That Use Traffic, Red-Light Cameras

ELECTRONIC TOLLING

7) Floridians Can Pay Tolls Automatically via OBD Connected Car Device

MARITIME

8) Interferry CEO Says Cooperation is Key to Ferry Industry’s Future

OTHER

9) Keys to the Smart Cities of Tomorrow: Technology Partnerships and the IoT

10) Transportation and Health with The Citadel’s Jeff Davis and Dan Bornstein

RAILROADS

11) New Jersey Transit’s Engines Parked as Train Control Software Won’t Work

ROADWAYS

12) A 10 Lane Highway and Colorado’s First Autonomous Vehicle Lane Could Be Prescription for West-Suburban Denver Traffic Jams

13) Wider Stripes on I-5 in California to Pave Way for Self-Driving Vehicles

14) Self-Driving Cars Will Alter South Florida’s Roads. Here’s How.

15) Finnish Project Uses Information from Buses, Trucks to Produce Slipperiness Data for Road Users

SAFETY / SECURITY

16) Transport Needs to Adopt New Strategy to Protect Cyber Surveillance Data, Says UK Security Chief

TRAVELER INFORMATION / TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT

17) Virginia Expands Transportation Analytics Statewide

18) BBC Program Investigates Traffic Congestion in UK

VEHICLES

19) Mercedes-Benz CEO Highlights Major Obstacles to the Self-Driving Car

20) University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute Researchers Patent a System that Could Prevent Motion Sickness in AVs

21) Continental Doubles Down on Driverless Cars

22) South Korean Transportation Organizations to Collaborate on ‘Overheated Vehicle’ Detection System


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