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Five Minutes with Nathan Cornish, Director, Product Development: Transit, BAI Communications

Nathan Cornish recently returned to his Australian roots where he continues to be responsible for leading the strategic side of product development for BAI Communications’ global transit business. During our five minutes with Nathan, we covered everything from his career with BAI and advice for upcoming engineers to the importance of keeping people connected underground.

Building the UK transport networks of tomorrow

Ongoing digital transformation of the transport industry is exciting, promising to improve customer experiences and transport management for the better. Here Billy D’Arcy, CEO BAI UK, shares his thoughts on the technologies that will be central to the modernisation of rail networks and business models.

BAI UK’s Malcolm Keys to speak at the BWCS annual Wi-Fi on Trains Conference

On 6 and 7th June BAI Communications UK Director Malcolm Keys will attend BWCS’ annual Wi-Fi on Trains Conference, Train Communications Systems 2018, to speak about the future of Wi-Fi on trains. Register now to join Malcolm, TfL, Network Rail and train operators from around the globe to take part in the debate in London, UK.

Building in the boroughs: part 1: Manhattan

In this four-part ‘Building of the Boroughs’ blog series, Transit Wireless (a majority-owned BAI Communications company) takes you borough by borough through the different challenges they overcame while implementing cellular and wireless connectivity for the entire New York City subway system. We begin with Manhattan.

Five minutes with Jeremy Foran, Technology Specialist, BAI Canada

Jeremy Foran has been with the BAI Canada team for over three years. In his role as a technology specialist, he focuses on using data to solve challenges for rail operators and their customers. We sat down with Jeremy to hear more about his day-to-day and what keeps him busy outside the office.

5th annual Party on Wheels at the New York Transit Museum

On Sunday 20th May, Transit Wireless, a BAI Communications majority-owned company, sponsored the 5th annual Party on Wheels at the New York Transit Museum. This annual event benefits the Museum’s education programs, serving 25,000 New York City kids and teachers every year – including 3,000 participants in access programs for people with disabilities.

Designing for accessibility: How technology can be a force for inclusion

New or innovative applications of existing technologies are changing the way we live, commute and interact. It is also driving a quiet, yet powerful disruption for persons with disabilities, improving quality of life and enhancing independent living. In recent years, there has been a veritable explosion in adaptive and assistive technologies enhancing mobility and accessibility for people with disabilities, including whilst riding the subway.

The benefits of being connected

BAI Canada’s latest project has made cellular service available throughout every station in the Toronto Transit Commission. Now the team is working on expanding that connectivity into the TTC tunnels: it is already operational in tunnels between Bloor Yonge and King Street and on the 9km York-Spadina subway extension.

Celebrating International Women’s Day

BAI Communications is excited to celebrate International Women’s Day 2018. As part of our celebrations globally, we have invited all staff members, men and women, to share in a talk from an inspiring woman, Chelsea Pottenger.

Transit Wireless in the P3 Landscape; Part 1, a Legal Perspective

Transit Wireless’ 27-year P3 partnership with the MTA guarantees that it maintains and grows the network over the time of the contract. How does it not only sustain, but improve connectivity in an ever-expanding network 80+ ft underground, subject to various external factors? Here Kate Dominus, Counsel and Commercial Contracts Manager at Transit Wireless (a BAI Communications majority owned company) provides a legal perspective.

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Broadcast Australia and Free TV bring the next generation of TV one step closer to Australians with successful completion of DVB-T2 laboratory trials

Free TV and Broadcast Australia (a BAI Communications Company) in partnership with ABC, SBS and TXA have successfully completed the first phase of next generation television laboratory trials. This trial is a world first for 7 Megahertz (MHz) very high frequency (VHF) transmissions with off-air fed ultra high frequency (UHF) repeater sites operating in a single frequency network (SFN) using multiple physical layer pipes.

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