Bringing the connection to our world
BAI, Transit Wireless win “Best Wi-Fi Deployment to Connect the Unconnected in an Urban Environment” in the Wireless Broadband Alliance’s (WBA) World Wi-Fi Day Case Study Awards. Read more >
Delivering innovative solutions globally
People everywhere want to and expect to stay in touch. Around the clock and around the world, BAI Communications is helping them do just that. We design, build and operate highly available communications networks – broadcast, radio, cellular, wi-fi, digital – which are keeping people connected, with information, entertainment and each other, every hour of every day.
Every day, the team at BAI Communications are keeping people connected with information, entertainment and each other – even in the most challenging environments. At Broadcast Australia (a BAI Communications company), the task of maintaining a network of broadcasting services across the vast Australian continent is further complicated by the country’s harsh weather patterns. In this video, the team discuss emergency preparedness and the rewarding nature of keeping people connected – rain, hail or cyclone.
This is the first in a series of case studies delving into our teams’ capabilities across the globe.
I am bai
In every part of the BAI Communications business, our people work behind the scenes to make exciting things happen, whether it’s bringing communications services to Australian households and businesses or to the subways of Toronto, Hong Kong and New York. We are made up of a talented group of individuals who are bringing the connection to our world. We asked a group of BAI Communications employees from various corners of the business to tell us a bit about what they do and what makes them BAI.
Broadcast Australia has signed with Australia’s first dedicated Internet of Things (IoT) network– provider, Thinxtra, who will utilise BA’s tower infrastructure to deploy part of the Sigfox IoT network in Australia.read more
Radio Frequency Engineering has achieved the Bronze Quality Award in the MTR Projects Quality, Safety, Environmental and Stakeholder Engagement Awards held 11th November in Hong Kong.read more
Broadcast Australia faced its biggest challenge to date after a 1000 kilometre storm front hit South Australia on 28 September 2016, resulting in a state-wide power outage.read more
Seven new Toronto Transit Commission subways stations are now online, thanks to BAI Canada.read more
Over the last 24 months, the Australian media industry has watched streaming giants like Netflix, HBO, and Amazon transform the way the public engage with and consume content. Hostworks CEO Will Berryman explores what we can learn.read more
NYC subways are set to enter the digital age, following New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s announcement that the MTA has commenced trialling countdown clocks for the N, Q and R lines.read more
Transit Wireless connects 50 more stations in Brooklyn providing a significant boost to Wi-Fi connectivity in the borough’s underground subway stations.read more