Friday, October 1, 2004
- Transportation Communications NewsletterFriday, October 1, 2004 -- ISSN: 1529-1057
1) Integrated Security: A New Approach for Ensuring the Security and Safety of Ports of VesselsLink to article from the Defense Transportation Journal:http://cnniw.yellowbrix.com/pages/cnniw/Story.nsp?story_id=57891705&ID=cnniw&scategory=Transportation%3AShipping2) ITS Field Operational Test Will Provide Insight Into Improved Interoperability of 'Stovepipe' Freight and Border Security SystemsLink to story in the ICDN Newsletter:3) Red-Light Cameras Bring Safety, BrickbatsLink to article on Stateline.org:4) The Components of SafetyAutomotive safety represents a growing andbest of allstable market for semiconductors.Link to story in Electronic Business:5) Progressive Resurrects Its Patented 'Usage-Based' Insurance ProgramDevices will be installed in cars to record speed and time in use.Link to story in Insurance Networking News:Link to news release from Progressive Insurance:6) UPS Launches Worldwide Wireless PlanNew system will allow company to track drivers worldwide.Link to article in eWeek:7) Hanoi Boosts Traffic Management in Lead Up to ASEM 5Link to story on Voice of Vietnam:8) Caltrans Using 'Smart' TechnologyLink to story in the Daily Press:http://www.vvdailypress.com/cgi-bin/newspro2004/viewnews.cgi?newsid1096636550,29071, (link may have to be pasted into Web browser)9) Secret Reporting System to Boost Air Safety in SingaporeLink to story in The Straits Times:Link to news release from the Singapore Government:10) Clarus ITS Initiative UpdateLink to further information from the Federal Highway Administration:11) Cruise Control Keeps an Eye on TrafficA camera-based cruise control system that automatically slows a car down to avoid potential accidents has been developed by Spanish researchers.Link to article in New Scientist:12) FHWA & FTA Transportation Planning Excellence AwardsLink to further information:13) Texas DOT Wants Input for Loop 49 LogoLink to story in the Tyler Morning Telegraph:14) FCC Announces Details Concerning the Licensing of Dedicated Short Range Communications Service for Intelligent Transportation ServiceLink to public notice from the Federal Communications Commission:15) Association of Equipment Manufacturers Annual Conference - November 7-9 - Amelia Island, FloridaLink to further information:*25th Anniversary* - October 1, 1979 - MTR begins service in Hong Kong.More links for traffic and transportation: http://www.trafficlinq.com===================================================The Transportation Communications Newsletter is published electronically Monday through Friday.
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