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If your company functions in manufacturing, distribution, retail, e-commerce or 3rd party logistics, what a Transportation Management System/Software (TMS) is. Well, a transportation software is a logistics platform that lets users to manage & optimize the everyday functions of their transportation fleets. Its main responsibility is to plan & implement the physical movement of goods.
 
Our ability to get from Point A to Point B is something lots of us take for granted. But transporting people and products across town or across the country every day is neither simple nor easy. Join us as we explore the challenges on Thinking Transportation, a podcast about how we get ourselves — and the things we need — from one place to another. Every other week, an expert from the Texas A&M Transportation Institute or other special guest will help us dig deep on a wide range of topics. Fi ...
 
Trucks and buses are the backbone of economy and society. Without them, the world would come to a standstill. At the same time, commercial vehicle manufacturers have a great responsibility when it comes to their impact on climate change and their role in society as employers and corporate citizens. In his monthly podcast 'Transportation Matters' Martin Daum, CEO of the global manufacturer Daimler Truck AG, invites prominent guests to discuss highly relevant topics ranging from the future of ...
 
I believe transportation is an enabler and economic equalizer. It can raise the African masses from poverty if the right infrastructure and means are provided. Follow me across the African continent physically, virtually and in my conversations with interested Africans and duty bearer on the continent. Connect with me and let us have a convo https://www.facebook.com/ATConvos https://twitter.com/aryee_j https://www.instagram.com/niijonas/ Subscribe to my podcast on the following platforms App ...
 
The ISDA Podcasts are a convenient communication tool that can increase your professional development. We provide secure transportation and executive protection news, headlines, trends, and announcements from the International Security Driver Association. The International Security Driver Association (ISDA) serves our members by supporting an international forum of protection professionals who share their knowledge and experience for the education and benefit of the membership. ISDA represen ...
 
Tous les mois, Nicolas Louvet et l’équipe 6t (https://6-t.co) vous emmènent à la découverte des usages de la mobilité. Se déplacer, c’est réaliser des activités, parcourir des quartiers, rencontrer des gens, se dépenser ou se reposer, s’énerver ou se détendre. La mobilité donne vie à nos villes. Pourquoi et comment se déplace-t-on ? Comment les pratiques de mobilité changent-elles avec la ville, et la ville avec les nouvelles mobilités ? Crédits : - Générique : I dunno by grapes (c) copyrigh ...
 
HMH - the transportation transformation agency - has launched the "Future of Transportation" podcast, where we'll host regular chats with experts in the transportation industry. We are a full-service creative agency powering brands that are creating the future of transportation. SOLVING PROBLEMS THROUGH INSIGHT AND CREATIVITY For years, we’ve helped clients in every type of industry and category. We still do. But in that time, we’ve developed extensive consultative and creative expertise in ...
 
Avoiding the Blind Spots can be one of the best strategic moves a business can make, but sometimes they’re inevitable. Welcome to the podcast that explores the Transportation & Logistics space, and how to make sure your company isn’t left behind picking up the pieces of missed opportunity or by being side swiped by something completely unexpected.
 
This collection is a survey of the innovative automotive and transportation community within Stanford. Stanford University has become one of the best universities on earth to to change the future of transportation and this collection is a 'who's who' of that world. The videos will feature talks from Stanford experts in focus areas as varied as autonomous vehicles, entrepreneurship, design, ethics, aerodynamics, neuroscience, communications and security. At the end of this video collection, a ...
 
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Roadway safety today is about much more than traffic laws, warning signs, and guardrails. TTI Senior Research Scientist Sue Chrysler illustrates how technologies – even disruptive technologies – are re-imagining how we can prevent crashes and mitigate their enormous personal and financial costs.Bernie Fette, Sue Chrysler
 
Thème 5 : L’immobilité La mobilité rythme nos journées et donne vie à nos villes. Cette notion ne prend pourtant tout son sens que mise en regard avec son pendant : l’immobilité. En effet, nos modes de vie sédentaires réduisent bien souvent la mobilité à des déplacements circonscrits dans le temps, permettant d’accéder à des activités ou à des amén…
 
This week, the U.S. House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee began debating a $547 billion highway bill, which, among other things, resurrects an old practice: the use of member earmarks for projects. On this week's podcast, Susan Howard, program director for transportation finance of the American Association of State Highway and Transport…
 
This month's AASHTO ETAP Podcast will focus on how state agency partnerships are helping Connecticut both achieve its state climate goals and implement the Transportation and Climate Initiative Program, or TCI-P. State DOTs are critical stakeholders in deciding how to re-invest revenue generated caps on emissions. TCI-P is a historic multi-state ef…
 
Do you want a well-managed payroll system for your trucking business? How about using the trucking payroll software? Using trucking payroll management software gives you relief from the overwhelming task and saves a great deal of time. Read more: https://aurorasoftwaresolution.wordpress.com/2021/05/29/how-trucking-payroll-software-help-your-busines…
 
Africa rising has been a mantra in business cycles for a while now. How about Shipping that drives businesses. It is emerging that African is gradually moving from the periphery to the centre. How eminent is this? What is the evidence to show this mobility towards integrating into the global shipping network? Are there bottlenecks to this vision? T…
 
This week’s topic is the perception of speed in motorcades and training. Quick note, in the episode I’ll be only referencing Imperial system measurements, however, please visit the show notes at securitydriver.com/181 for the metric system references. The ISDA 2019 Executive Vehicle Survey results indicated a dramatic increase in the use of SUVs fo…
 
Director and chief economist of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research In this episode, Martin Daum speaks with Prof. Dr. Ottmar Edenhofer, Edenhofer is the director and chief economist of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research. He is also a professor for Economics of Climate Change at the Technische Universität Berlin and is …
 
The Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) from the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) has been around for nearly 100 years, and is the federal standard for regulation of all things signs, markings, and signals in the U.S. transportation system. But how has the Manual changed throughout the years, and how has ITE played a role in infl…
 
This week, U.S. Sen. Gary Peters joins the podcast to talk about his advocacy for President Biden’s comprehensive infrastructure proposal, The American Jobs Plan. Peters is traveling the state to advocate for the administration’s plan. He was in Grand Rapids Wednesday for conversations with a number of representatives involved in various components…
 
The Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) from the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) has been around for nearly 100 years, and is the federal standard for regulation of all things signs, markings, and signals in the US transportation system. But how has the manual changed throughout the years, and how has ITE played a role in influe…
 
In today’s podcast episode, the topic is the Indy 500 by the Numbers. This coming Sunday, May 30th, will be the 105th running of the Indy 500, so we thought we would do a simple analysis of the track and the drivers; hopefully, it will make watching the race more enjoyable. Let’s take a look at track dimensions The Indy 500 oval track is 2.5 Miles …
 
On this week’s Talking Michigan Transportation podcast, Dave Lorenz, vice president of Travel Michigan, talks about what tourism industry officials expect as pandemic restrictions are relaxed and Memorial Day weekend kicks off the summer vacation season. While travel is not expected to reach pre-pandemic levels, AAA forecasts 1.1 million Memorial D…
 
Passenger vehicle fatalities in the United States have declined recently, but not motorcyclist deaths, which total about 5,000 each year. Some reasons for that are obvious, as Senior Research Scientist Mike Manser notes, but the bigger picture is more complex. Advocates continue to prioritize robust safety programs targeting not only motorcyclists,…
 
In the wake of a presidential visit to the Dearborn Ford Rouge Electric Vehicle Center and a subsequent announcement about production of the all-electric F-150 Lightning truck, this week’s podcast examines charging infrastructure in Michigan. In the first segment, Aarne Frobom, a senior policy analyst at the Michigan Department of Transportation wh…
 
In today’s podcast episode, the topic is surveillance detection. The content for this episode is taken from an article authored by Tony Scotti which appeared in the May 1992 issue of Security Management Magazine. Throughout history, terrorists have appeared invincible. They plan their operations meticulously to ensure success, and, once implemented…
 
Electronic Data Exchange, or EDI as its most commonly known as, is a protocol that lets 2 computers to connect with each other for the purpose of exchanging data electronically. Read more: https://eldsoftware.blogspot.com/2021/05/electronic-data-exchange-transportation.html For more info: https://www.aurorasoftware.com/products/edi-software/…
 
On this week’s Talking Michigan Transportation podcast, a conversation with three people who participated in an MDOT public service announcement, explaining why they received a COVID-19 vaccine and think others should, too. First, Kim Henderson, who manages MDOT’s Graphic Design and Mapping Unit, talks about why she felt it was important, as a Blac…
 
The pandemic and a record-setting holiday shopping season made 2020 a year like no other for the freight and delivery industry. TTI Senior Research Engineer Bill Eisele helps us understand how clicking Next Day Delivery or Same Day Delivery directly impacts (and imposes lasting consequences on) our transportation network.…
 
Our guest for this episode is futurist Minsoo Pak, who says his job is looking not at one conceivable future, but at multiple conceivable futures. The discussion covers topics including: What related downstream industries are affected by the widespread adoption of electric vehicles How autonomous vehicles might impact workplaces and the automobile …
 
This episode of the AASHTO ETAP podcast will focus on transportation equity and environmental justice. Transportation systems are critical to people’s ability to reach jobs, educational opportunities, health care, and a number of other goods and services. However, underserved and marginalized communities often lack transportation options that are a…
 
Our April Review of Maritime Affairs was led by Jeffrey Botchway. Your usual co-hosts Dr George vanDyck, Dr Alberta Sagoe and Jonas Aryee discussed the following topical issues relating to news that made the rounds in April 20211. Boankra Integrated Logistics Terminal project in Ghana2. Land-Source pollution of the sea and coast3. Corruption and Te…
 
CEO CureVac Today, Martin Daum speaks with Dr. Franz-Werner Haas about successful innovations. Haas is the CEO of CureVac, a biotech company that creates messenger RNA based vaccines. Take COVID 19 or, for that matter, climate change - global challenges require entirely new solutions. Often, it is a long way from the birth of an idea to its launch.…
 
Thème 5 : L’immobilité La mobilité rythme nos journées et, comme vous l’entendez à chaque début d’épisode, elle donne vie à nos villes. La notion de mobilité ne prend pourtant tout son sens que mise en regard avec son pendant : l’immobilité. En effet, nos modes de vie sédentaires réduisent bien souvent la mobilité à des déplacements circonscrits da…
 
The guest for this episode is Jacob Bolin, program manager for Plug-in NC, a North Carolina statewide program that works to increase adoption, resources and collaboration for electric vehicles and charging infrastructure. Jacob shared his thoughts on:  Consumer barriers to entry in the EV space Why charging isn’t as difficult as some people think W…
 
Lorraine Martin, President and CEO of the National Safety Council, discusses the NSC 2020 Motor Vehicle Fatalities preliminary data, which estimate that as many as 42,060 people died in motor vehicle crashes in 2020. That marks an 8 percent increase over 2019 in a year where people drove significantly less frequently because of the pandemic. She al…
 
On Tuesday, Michigan hosted the National Work Zone Awareness Week event in the midst of a Rebuilding Michigan project on M-59 in Macomb County. On this week's Talking Michigan Transportation podcast, a conversation with Stephanie Boileau, county highway engineer for the Chippewa County Road Commission and president of the Michigan Chapter of the Am…
 
The topic for this week's episode is the science of the lane change. If you have been to an Advanced Driving, EVOC, or Protective Driver Training Program, you have driven through a Lane Change exercise. It is a staple of most all driving programs. Over the years, feedback from former students indicates that the "Lane Change" exercise is one of the …
 
Lorraine Martin, President and CEO of the National Safety Council (NSC), discusses the NSC 2020 Motor Vehicle Fatalities preliminary data, which estimate that as many as 42,060 people died in motor vehicle crashes in 2020. That marks an 8 percent increase over 2019 in a year where people drove significantly less frequently because of the pandemic. …
 
Not all classes of vehicles are created equal, because they aren’t charged uniformly for how they use our transportation network. Associate Research Scientist Brianne Glover looks at how the changing mix of cars and trucks — and questions of equity and balance — might alter how we fund our roads and bridges in the future.…
 
The guest for this episode is Paul Cozza, former CEO of the North Carolina State Ports Authority. Paul shared his thoughts on: Innovations in supply chain logistics during the COVID-19 pandemic New technologies that will have an impact on the transportation industry New industries and businesses that he's curious about Listening to your customers .…
 
In recognition of Earth Day, this week’s Talking Michigan Transportation podcast features a conversation with Margaret Barondess, who manages the environmental section at the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT). More than 50 years ago, Congress adopted the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). Barondess reflects and explains how the ac…
 
The topic for this week’s episode is a basic outline of the effects of the Vehicle Center of Gravity, Tires, and Run Flats on an Armored Vehicle. For links and transcript go to https://securitydriver.com/177
 
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