BAI Communications and Photon Energy have trialed a renewable energy based solution to powering one of BAI’s television and radio broadcast antennas.
Pioneering technology developed by BAI Communications will bring digital radio communications to over one million square kilometres of Queensland for the first time.
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The nominees for the 2015 ARCIA Industry Excellence Awards have been announced, with BAI’s Jacqui Tanner nominated as a finalist in the Customer Service Award category.
As transit systems gain sophisticated wireless infrastructure for commercial services, a new paradigm is emerging.
Across the globe, BAI Communications delivers advanced wireless services to large scale transit networks – improving outcomes for transit operators and enhancing the travel experience.
Gov. Cuomo Announces Launch of Transit Wireless Cellular and Wi-Fi Services in the Bronx Underground Subway Stations. 146 Stations Now Connected; Also Announces Start of Phase 5 Construction that will Connect 37 Stations in Brooklyn and Lower Manhattan in 2016.
When asked what they enjoy best about working at BAI Communications, it is the culture and our people that our employees list first.
The culture at BAI Communications encourages our people to embody the core values of excellence, innovation and collaboration. We work together, and with our customers, to deliver high-availability network solutions; we leverage current and future technologies to deliver the best outcomes for our customers and we deliver excellence in all we do – design, engineering, construction and operations.
Broadcast Australia, a BAI Communications company, engaged Zinfra to conduct works at its Mt Bellenden Ker site. Located 60km south of Cairns, Broadcast Australia’s broadcast transmission tower is at the top of the second highest peak in Queensland.