Skyline Products wins statewide contract with Oregon DOT

Skyline Products wins statewide contract with Oregon DOT

🕔08:51, 30.Jun 2014

Skyline Products announced today that they have won the statewide contract with Oregon Department of Transportation. The contract includes 8 variations of NTCIP compliant Rotary Drum Changeable Message Signs (CMS), made up of a mix of AC powered and DC

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Delhi to use variable message signs to warn drivers of gridlock ahead

Delhi to use variable message signs to warn drivers of gridlock ahead

🕔08:36, 30.Jun 2014

In an attempt to tackle traffic chaos, the Delhi Traffic Police is set to introduce variable message signboards, which will alert motorists about impending traffic jams on major roads in India’s capital city. These boards, which will be installed at

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Free Wi-Fi to be installed at Baku bus stops

Free Wi-Fi to be installed at Baku bus stops

🕔08:18, 30.Jun 2014

Free access to the internet is to appear at bus stops in Baku, Azerbaijan. Shafa Mehmangyzy, spokesman of the Intelligent Transport Management Center (NIIM) of the Azerbaijan Transport Ministry, says that currently the Center is actively working on creation of

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We’re all gamers

We’re all gamers

🕔15:17, 27.Jun 2014

PleaseCycle’s approach to getting more of us traveling sustainably more often, explained by Crispin Moller and Greg Drach. Sustainable travel is something that is on the rise.  Transport for London reported an 8 per cent growth in cycling during 2010

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An inherent deterrent

An inherent deterrent

🕔14:50, 27.Jun 2014

Since the fall of the Soviet Union, we have become used to widespread reports of highway robberies, vehicle and cargo theft, but is it really that bad? Not any more, says Semyon Fokin, General Manager of Cesar Satellite’s Automotive Division, but there is still a lot of work

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Island of possibilities

Island of possibilities

🕔14:38, 27.Jun 2014

Malta’s National ITS Coordinator Peter Paul Barbara offers a compelling inside view of his country’s impressively far-reaching plans to Kevin Borras. “Our main task, besides giving advice to Central Government on forthcoming EU legislative proposals relating to transport policy, is

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Cold comfort

Cold comfort

🕔14:14, 27.Jun 2014

Delivering short-term road weather information to road users in Arctic conditions is no simple task as Heikki Konttaniemi, Timo Sukuvaara, Marjo Hippi, Johan Casselgren and Matti Autioniemi explain. Arctic special conditions stand for characteristics such as very long distances, sparse

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Traffic partnership proves successful for civil engineering contractor

Traffic partnership proves successful for civil engineering contractor

🕔13:41, 27.Jun 2014

An increasing number of contracts for traffic control and management is being placed directly with Siemens by leading construction companies. One such company, Fitzgerald Contractors, selected Siemens to help deliver a highways project to build a new signalised gyratory on

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Driverless cars ‘next generation of cruise control’

Driverless cars ‘next generation of cruise control’

🕔13:36, 27.Jun 2014

A Republican lawmaker who took a ride this week in a driverless car said on Wednesday that the technology  is “the next generation of cruise control.” Rep. Bob Gibbs (R-Ohio) said in a Facebook question-and-answer session about his driverless car test that

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Android and the Open Automotive Alliance shift into the next gear

Android and the Open Automotive Alliance shift into the next gear

🕔13:29, 27.Jun 2014

The Open Automotive Alliance (OAA) – a coalition of tech companies and auto industry leaders committed to bringing the Android platform to cars has welcomed a number of new members into the alliance. The new members, who join OAA founding

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