Monday, January 29, 2018

Monday, January 29, 2018

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Monday, January 29, 2018 - Cranford, New Jersey

Join Eberle Design Inc. and Reno A&E at FENCETECH

We’re excited to join more than 4,800 exhibitors and attendees at FENCETECH 2018, Feb. 7-9 at the Phoenix Convention Center. Booth 1607 will feature: Prefabricated Roadway Loops for all access and traffic control applications; Inductive Loop Vehicle Detectors with patented signature recognition algorithms; Automatic Vehicle Identification & Ingress System that allows for hands-free, rapid access into securely gated government, business and private residential areas for preauthorized vehicles; BXC Vehicle Detector, a smaller, more compact version of the BX Series; and DEFLECTOMETER™ Series Loop Detectors that help technicians minimize time on-site and reliably maintain access control systems. We hope to see you in Phoenix!


1) Singapore Airlines Inks Partnerships to Drive Digital Ambition
Singapore Airlines news release


2) Germany Plans Temporary Nationalization of Truck Toll Company

3) Push for Electronic Tolls on Connecticut Highways

4) Massachusetts Bill Addresses Electronic Tolling Privacy Concerns


5) Capacity Crunch Breeds New Freight Matching Tech

6) ITS (UK) Tells Department for Transport Technology Is No Barrier to Lorry Charging


7) South Korea to Turn Sejong, Busan Into Safe, Smart Cities by 2023


8) Deutsche Telekom Rolls Out Sensor Network for Hamburg’s Parking Service
Deutsche Telekom news release


9) Source: Top FAA Official Forbidding Inspection of Cockpit Recordings in Probe


10) Stop Signs to Replace Traffic Lights Because of Theft in Johannesburg

11) Wyoming Governor Directs WYDOT to See How It Might Facilitate Broadband Conduits During Construction

12) Missing, Rusted Signs Make Navigating Mombasa a Nightmare

13) Connecticut DOT Sinks Overhead Highway Signs for Maritime Aquarium


14) Strava Fitness App Can Reveal Military Sites, Analysts Say


15) Uber Enlists Its Drivers in the Fight Against Sex Trafficking


16) Arrival of Digital Assistants in Vehicles Raises Security Concerns

17) WhatsApp the First Major Third-Party Messaging App to Support Apple’s CarPlay

18) Alexa and Waze Add Depth to Ford’s Improving Sync Infotainment System


19) Alibaba to Take on Kuala Lumpur’s Traffic in First Foreign Project
Alibaba Group news release


20) Ford Paves a Path from Big Automaker to Big Operating System

21) Transportation Agency Execs Tell Trump Officials They Back Dedicated V2V Radio Spectrum

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