Transport: Connecting people, connecting economies
The UK’s main transport arteries connect people and markets but are not themselves digitally connected. As we move towards a world of smart cities and ubiquitous high-speed internet connectivity, how do we ensure that passengers aren’t settling for an analogue transport system in the digital age, whilst at the same time leveraging rail and road infrastructure to unleash the full economic benefit of 5G?
Malcolm Keys, Director at BAI Communications UK, addressed conference attendees on this very topic during the National Infrastructure Forum held in London on 13th June 2017.
Key highlights include
- Ways the public and private sector improve the travelling experience
- Global trends on connectivity on transport networks
- How to bring best practice to opportunities in the UK
- Next generation digital infrastructure on transport networks
Download full presentation (pdf).
About the National Transport Forum
The National Infrastructure Forum is an annual event for strategists and senior practitioners. It brings together senior public and private sector stakeholders around issues facing UK infrastructure delivery.