Friday, May 4, 2018

Friday, May 4, 2018

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Friday, May 4, 2018 - Cranford, New Jersey


1) New York State Selects Vendors to Build Drone Traffic Management System

2) Idaho’s Friedman Airport Eyes Digital Air-Traffic Technology

3) Brisbane Airport Looks at ‘Day in the Life’ of an Air Traffic Controller


4) Western Australia Police Suspend Use of Mobile Speed Cameras After Faulty Reading

5) Missouri Highway Patrol Camera Makes It ‘Nearly Impossible’ to Run from Law


6) Florida Ports Get Situational Awareness

7) Cyber Security: The Emerging Threat to Passenger Safety


8) San Francisco to Transportation Startups: Play Nice, Get Permits, Share Data

9) Toronto Launches New Portal to Share Public Data


10) International Parking Sign Created for 1928 Amsterdam Olympics


11) Virginia Supreme Court Takes Aim at Random License Plate Scans by Police


12) New Jersey Transit to Cancel Some Trains to Catch Up on PTC

13) How the Parallel Use of GPS and Galileo Benefits Railway Applications


14) The Science Behind Why Colorado DOT Stripes Highways the Way It Does


15) LaGuardia Airport Security Robot Records Surroundings with Cameras, Microphones and Sensors

16) China Plans to Equip Airports with AI Body Scanners Developed by Weapons Lab


17) How IoT-Enabled Infrastructure Will Revolutionize Public Transit


18) Gothenburg, Sweden’s First Self-Driven Bus Being Tested in ‘Real Traffic’

19) Car Speakers Are About to Disappear

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