A BAI Communications survey of 1,000 UK rail users discovered that passengers only have ‘usable mobile signal’ for 56% of their journey and less than 10% of passengers experience usable mobile signal for their entire journey.

If passengers haven’t downloaded anything to read, watch or do in advance – just under half fall into this camp – it means they are left with a period of being unable to use their phone at all.

In this article, Billy D’Arcy UK CEO, BAI Communications discusses how ubiquitous and high quality wireless connectivity on trains could play a major role in boosting individual and collective productivity in the UK as well as the need for the whole industry to work in partnership to offer  and benefit from an innovative and connected digital railway network. You can read the full article here (Page 46).