Posts Tagged ‘ TransCanadayHighway ’

Artificial Intelligence Has Arrived in Rogers Pass Snowsheds

“Hey Google! Dim the lighting in our Rogers Pass snowsheds.” Talk about smart lighting! The outdated halogen lighting systems in the Jack McDonald, Lanark and Twin snowsheds in Rogers Pass on BC Highway 1 have been replaced with energy efficient LED lighting systems. But that’s not all… the new lighting is part of an intelligent system that automatically measures the ambient daytime lighting outside the snowsheds and mimics it inside providing: consistent lighting for drivers moving in and out...

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TCH50: 10 Things You Don’t Know About the Trans-Canada Highway

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  If you’ve driven in Canada, chances are pretty good you’ve been on the Trans-Canada Highway at some point. Stretching from coast to coast, it’ll take you through all 10 provinces and show you some fantastic sites to see along the way (here are a few of our favorites). But as you’re travelling the Trans-Canada, have you found yourself wondering how it came to be? Or how many other vehicles are travelling the road with you? Well, we’d rather...

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