Broadcast Australia has appointed Stephen Farrugia to the role of Chief Technology Officer, following his highly successful five-year tenure as General Manager – Engineering.
BAI is proud to be supporting the Australian British Infrastructure Investment Catalyst (ABIIC) event in Sydney from 28-30 September. Director of European Transit Malcolm Keys will be presenting in the Leading Practice – Technology Panel on Day 3 focusing on “Smart Communications”.
BAI Canada CEO Ken Ranger’s opinion editorial piece titled “Why the private sector has a big role to play in developing ‘smart cities’” has featured in Toronto’s The Globe and Mail Newspaper.
Following its rigorous independent evaluation, Transit Wireless has received its ISO 9001:2008 certification (globally recognized certification of quality management system standards).
BAI Communications will be leading a new panel at Smart Transit USA 2016 entitled, “Deeper Dive: Communications Infrastructure in Mass Transit”. BAI will be joined by Transit Wireless, MTA, Sprint, T-Mobile USA, Outfront Media and BAI Canada. Register here for a 20% discount to the event.
Modern lives are lived online. People expect high speed and uninterrupted connectivity, whether at home or on the move. In this post BAI’s Malcolm Keys takes a look at how telecommunications networks are increasingly being viewed as an essential pre-requisite of modern life.