Thursday, January 18, 2018

Thursday, January 18, 2018

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Thursday, January 18, 2018 - Linden, New Jersey


1) Geneva Airport Plans AI Chatbots, Other Tech Innovations

2) Air New Zealand Trialing Live Translation Using Google Pixel Buds

3) Urgent Need for US Department of Defense and FAA to Address Risks and Improve Planning for Technology That Tracks Military Aircraft


4) Biking Data Gets Some Fascinating Hacks in the DC Region

5) China to Improve Traffic Management with Big Data from Ofo Bike


6) Collision Course? Competing Bills About Traffic Cameras Advance in Iowa


7) New York State Thruway Authority Head to Meet with Cashless Toll Contractor Over Ongoing Troubles


8) Self-Driving Trucks Will Require Railroads to Take Next-Level Approaches to Digitalization, Customer Service


9) Brexit Fallout: Galileo Security Center Moving from UK to Spain


10) Denver Council Approves $12 Million Smart-Tech Test Program to Unsnarl Traffic, Improve Pedestrian Safety

11) High-Tech Traffic Light Control System Eyed for Boston's Seaport

12) The Accelerator - January 18


13) Data from Google Maps Will Help Kansas City Chamber Improve Region’s Transportation Network


14) South Carolina DOT Shows How Highway Signs Are Made


15) Utah DOT, DPS Working to Stop Distracted Driving, Fatalities After 273 Die on Utah Roads in 2017
Utah Department of Public Safety news release

16) Pilot Program Hopes to Deter Wrong-Way Drivers on San Diego Highways


17) Olacabs May Introduce Ola Play as Standalone Head Unit for OEMs, Consumers in Future

18) High-Tech Features on New Cars Drive Up Auto Insurance Rates


19) Netflix, Deliveroo and Terrorism Blamed for Huge Dip in London Tube Passenger Numbers

20) Appeals Court Sides with New Jersey Transit on Arresting Preachers on Train Platform


21) Uber Close to Scrapping Human Backups in Self-Driving Cars

22) Mirrorless Mitsubishi Car Uses Cameras to Highlight Distant Traffic
Mitsubishi Electric news release

23) Tech Takes Front Seat at Detroit Auto Show

24) Babcock Ranch, Florida Entirely Powered by Solar Energy, Including Autonomous Shuttle

25) Volkswagen Group’s IT Department Expands Expertise in Digital Customer Offerings

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