Wednesday, April 21, 2010 – ISSN 1529-1057
TIC3 From GEWI – It’s A Whole New Ballgame!
TIC3 from GEWI is the latest generation of the globally popular traffic data processing software. TIC3 is a whole new approach to collecting, storing, creating, monitoring, viewing and distributing traffic (and other) data. TIC3’s revolutionary new architecture allows for quick and easy configuration for any data type and data format. With new technologies being created for generating traffic data including Bluetooth, GPS, camera-generated speed data, RFID and more, it’s critical that your system can accept these new data types. TIC is a highly configurable commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) software platform proven in over 125 commercial and government projects operating worldwide. COTS means TIC can be deployed more quickly and affordably than build-your-own solutions. See TIC3 in GEWI’s booth #333 at ITS America in Houston May 3-5th, or to discuss your requirements, contact email@example.com
1) Would Better Integrated Air Traffic Management Have Improved the Ash Cloud Response?
Link to article in Computer Weekly:
2) Next Generation Air Transportation System: Challenges with Partner Agency and FAA Coordination Continue, and Efforts to Integrate Near-, Mid-, and Long-Term Activities are Ongoing
Link to testimony from the Government Accountability Office:
GPS / NAVIGATION
3) Google Maps Navigation Comes to UK and Ireland
Link to article on What Mobile:
SAFETY / SECURITY
4) Cutting-Edge Traffic Safety Research in Israel
Link to article in the Jewish Journal:
5) Innovation Takes Flight on TSA Blog
Link to story and audio report on WFED Radio:
6) Europe Keeping Increasingly Capable Eye on Orbital Debris
Link to article on Space News:
7) Telematics 2.0: Ford’s American Journey
Link to column on M2M:
TRAVELER INFORMATION / TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT
8) ‘Saher’ Traffic System Launched in Saudi Arabia
Traffic management system can monitor and track vehicles using license plate recognition technology.
Link to article in Arab News:
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