Thursday, May 24, 2018

Thursday, May 24, 2018

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Thursday, May 24, 2018 - Cranford, New Jersey


1) New FAA Regulation Requires UAV Owners to Display Drone ID on Exterior

2) Artificial Intelligence: The End of Lost Baggage?

3) Enhancing Airport Operations Through Technology


4) Victoria Overhauls Traffic Camera Network After WannaCry

5) Florida Highway Patrol Cars Get High-Tech 360° Cameras


6) HERE Technologies and Partners to Deliver Standardized HD Map


7) UK to Demand Money Back if Restricted from Galileo


8) Suzhou, China to Host 2022 ITS World Congress

9) ITS Australia Newsletter - May 2018


10) Fleet of Autonomous Boats Could Service Some Cities, Reducing Road Traffic


11) New Zealand Transport Minister Stripped of Aviation Safety Role After Phone Call on Plane

12) New Data Project Aims to Predict Louisville Traffic Collisions

13) University of Rochester Research on Lie Detection Could Help at Airports


14) Fleets of Self-Driving Taxis Could Be Choreographed to Cut Traffic


15) BC Transit Shows Off NextRide Bus Technology

16) Transit Industry Tackles Human Trafficking

17) Palm Tran $5 Million Tech Not Wasted But Passengers Slow Getting on Board


18) NTSB: Uber Autonomous SUV Saw Pedestrian, Didn’t Brake; Emergency Braking Disabled

19) Apple, Spurned by Others, Signs Deal with Volkswagen for Driverless Cars

20) IIHS Engineer Weighs In on Safety of Autonomous Cars

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