Monday, July 16, 2018

Monday, July 16, 2018

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Monday, July 16, 2018 - Helsinki, Finland

Reno A&E’s EverLoop™ System Achieves Benchmark for Inductive Loop Vehicle Detection Accuracy Technologies

The Buenos Aires ITS Operations Unit, under the Traffic and Transport Department of the City of Buenos Aires, recently tested six vehicle detection technologies, among which Reno A&E’s EverLoop™ prefabricated inductive loops were included. Of the six detection technologies tested, the most accurate traffic counts were provided by Reno’s EverLoop™ prefabricated inductive loops. The system’s accuracy was so high in the second test, that the loops had the distinction of replacing manual counts as the vehicle count accuracy benchmark. An overview and detailed analysis on the accuracy and performance of each technology tested is provided in the report, “A Comparison of Technologies by the City of Buenos Aires.”


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3) New York State DOT Traffic Cameras Not Working Six Months After TrafficLand Contract Ends


4) What Happened at China IEEE IV Symposium 2018


5) Virginia DOT Announces Second Transportation Data Hackathon in Four-Part Series


6) Colorado DOT Begins Rural Seat Belt Campaign


7) Newspaper Calls for Better Communication to Clear Up ‘Bomb Train’ Bewilderment


8) Intel India to Partner with Goa to Help Identify Poor Road Infrastructure


9) Uber Adds New Feature to Ensure a Smooth Pickup


10) Chicago Transit Authority Refuses to Run Ads for OKCupid


11) Purdue to Lead Innovation Hub Focused on Autonomous Vehicles

12) Home from the Honeymoon, the Self-Driving Car Industry Faces Reality

13) Perceptiva Automata Working to Make Autonomous Cars Safer for Pedestrians

Bernie’s Notes
Here’s a street scene today in front of the Finnish Parliament building as crowds awaited the arrival of Presidents Trump and Putin. Traffic was light in the city with people either on holiday or avoiding driving in the city due to the security closures for the summit.

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