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Enabling Southern Cross Austereo to focus on content, not infrastructure

With years of experience and the continent’s largest team of trusted engineers and technicians, BAI Communications (BAI) migrated more than 500 television and radio services from Southern Cross Austereo (SCA) to its neutrally hosted broadcast transmission network without any disruptions to audiences. BAI was selected through a detailed negotiation process to be the trusted provider of SCA’s […]

Connectivity outlook report – London

It’s often said COVID-19 changed how people work, but it may be more accurate to say it accelerated the trend toward remote and hybrid models. In London, passengers are not only comfortable working while they travel, but they also expect to be able to do so. They want better, reliable connectivity to ensure they can […]

Engineering knowledge series: episode 3 – Transmitters and Program Input Equipment

BAI’s engineering knowledge series is a quarterly podcast where we will share our culture of proactive and continual improvement of network assets. You will hear from our specialist engineers and gain insights into how they apply expert knowledge across all facets of broadcast transmission support and infrastructure to achieve quality outcomes for our customers. With […]

Connectivity outlook report – Sydney

Australia’s booming population growth is driving the need for increased investments in infrastructure and public services. When it comes to public transport, what passengers in Sydney value most is a seamless, connected and safe experience. For three years, BAI Communications has conducted an annual survey of public transport users in major cities around the world. […]

BAI and Transport for London case study

BAI is partnering with Transport for London (TfL), to transform one of the world’s oldest underground transport networks into a world leading mobile connected system. Further expanding TfL’s progressive and integrated service offering and enabling opportunities to embrace new technologies that enhance the passenger experience. Not only will this help to create a smarter and […]

Engineering knowledge series: episode 2 – antennas and structures

BAI’s engineering knowledge series is a quarterly podcast where we will share our culture of proactive and continual improvement of network assets. You will hear from our specialist engineers and gain insights into how they apply expert knowledge across all facets of broadcast transmission support and infrastructure to achieve quality outcomes for our customers. With […]

Engineering knowledge series: episode 1 – powers and buildings

BAI’s engineering knowledge series is a quarterly podcast where we will share our culture of proactive and continual improvement of network assets. You will hear from our specialist engineers and gain insights into how they apply expert knowledge across all facets of broadcast transmission support and infrastructure to achieve quality outcomes for our customers. With […]

Connectivity outlook report 2021

Connected public transport plays a key role in moving cities toward a smarter and more sustainable future. Now in its third year, the connectivity outlook report 2021 highlights what passengers expect from public transport systems, what they value, and what affects their transport-related decisions. As the world emerges from lockdowns, transport services need to adapt […]

Rural broadband deployment in Ontario | A whitepaper

The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the impact of the digital divide. Ontario residents lacking access to high-speed broadband infrastructure have not been able to fully participate in the opportunities available to their connected neighbours. For rural communities, the path towards economic success heavily depends on the availability of high-speed, high-capacity digital infrastructure. Farms and related […]