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Airshow Traffic Chaos Averted by Utilizing the Built-in Bluetooth in Spectators’ Cars

Airshow Traffic Chaos Averted by Utilizing the Built-in Bluetooth in Spectators’ Cars

🕔15:47, 28.Jul 2017

Following the disastrous traffic congestion caused by unexpectedly high spectator numbers at the 2012 Royal New Zealand Air Force Air Show, organizers of the 2017 event knew they needed to avoid a repeat performance. Fortunately, Bluetooth sensor technology was available

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Peer-to-Peer is Here

Peer-to-Peer is Here

🕔14:12, 28.Jul 2017

Siemens has expanded its industry-leading portfolio of adaptive traffic control software by introducing SEPAC “Peer-to-Peer”, new traffic software that allows controllers located at intersections to share information with one another on traffic and pedestrian conditions. This “connected” capability allows the

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Kapsch Awarded $8m Louisiana DOTD TMC Contract

Kapsch Awarded $8m Louisiana DOTD TMC Contract

🕔15:09, 20.Jul 2017

The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD) has selected Kapsch TrafficCom  to provide management and staffing services for the DOTD Traffic Management Centers (TMCs), each with varying levels of support and staffing appropriate for daily operations. DOTD currently operates

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Outstation to station

Outstation to station

🕔11:31, 6.Mar 2017

Siemens has released the latest hosted application module for Stratos, the company’s cloud-based strategic traffic management solution. According to David Pregon, Senior Product Manager (Systems), the latest release of the Stratos Traffic Signals module adds support for the Stratos Remote Monitoring

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What happens in Vegas is monitored in Vegas…

What happens in Vegas is monitored in Vegas…

🕔18:06, 5.Jan 2017

The city of Las Vegas and the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada are betting big on new technology to make their streets smarter and to allow traffic to move more efficiently, says AppDeveloperMagazine.com In partnership with Acyclica, Las Vegas is

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Ontario considers highway signs promoting safe texting zones for drivers

Ontario considers highway signs promoting safe texting zones for drivers

🕔10:20, 25.May 2016

Ontario is considering the idea of putting signs on highways to alert drivers about upcoming areas where they can safely pull over to text or check their emails. All three parties voted in favour on second reading of a private member’s

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‘Heads up!’ TriMet releases video, asks pedestrians and bicyclists to stay alert

‘Heads up!’ TriMet releases video, asks pedestrians and bicyclists to stay alert

🕔14:19, 27.Apr 2016

Several close calls with TriMet buses and MAX trains have transportation officials asking people to stay alert and stay safe. Portland’s city streets are expected to see a lot more pedestrian traffic as the warm spring weather gives way to summer. Transportation

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Why new road sign rules could spell trouble for motorists

Why new road sign rules could spell trouble for motorists

🕔11:45, 25.Apr 2016

The Government’s “bonfire of the traffic signs” risks turning into a flood of litigation as drivers appeal against parking and speeding fines on the grounds of insufficient signage, writes Joe Dunn. The warning  comes in the wake of new powers given

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Traffic signal management upgrade for Highways England

Traffic signal management upgrade for Highways England

🕔11:37, 25.Apr 2016

A contract to deliver a new central traffic signal control and management system for the south east has been placed by Highways England with Simulation Systems Limited (SSL) to meet both the immediate and future requirements of Highways England for

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Parking details of malls on smartphones likely

Parking details of malls on smartphones likely

🕔13:41, 20.Apr 2016

Motorists in Qatar may soon have access to information about the availabilities of parking in major shopping malls and public places in Qatar on their smartphones, thanks to a new service being launched by Qatar Mobility Innovations Centre (QMIC). A new

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