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.
There’s currently Wi-Fi available via TCONNECT at more than 40 different TTC subway stations. TCONNECT, if you don’t use it yet, is a free-to-use advertiser-sponsored Wi-Fi network – thanks to BAI Canada.
Transit Wireless connects 50 more stations in Brooklyn providing a significant boost to Wi-Fi connectivity in the borough’s underground subway stations.
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.
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.
“It is an amazing concept, deployable today, with great benefits for both passengers and transit authorities,” Mr Simon Lopez, commercial manager of BAI Communications told IRJ.
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.
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 from BAI Communications, delving into our teams’ capabilities across the globe.
Highlights inside this issue include: Wild weather no match for Broadcast Australia team – South Australia kept in the know Bringing ideas to life through technology – Krishna Devarapalli’s professional journey in the world of technology Telecommunications infrastructure – Malcolm Keys explores the challenges and ever-changing industry expectations Global recognition – Transit Wireless receives global […]