BAI Communications acquires inMOTION Wireless (Boston, USA) and expands transit communications portfolio in North America
BAI Communications announces the acquisition of Boston-based company inMOTION Wireless, and expands its transit portofolio in North America
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announces cellular connectivity in underground subway stations one year ahead of schedule
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo has announced that cellular coverage in NYC underground subway stations is to be available a full year ahead of schedule thanks to BAI company Transit Wireless.
Broadcast Australia has been honoured with the IABM International Award for Excellence in Sustainability. The company was recognised for successfully introducing a renewable energy Solar PV solution at its Muswellbrook site in NSW, Australia.
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.
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.
BAI is participating in HackTrain UK 3.0 as gold sponsor. The event, held 4-6th Nov, consists of two journeys, six venues and 100 top developers, designers and entrepreneurs working to solve the industry’s biggest challenges.
The challenges and benefits of bringing wireless connectivity to 278 underground stations of the century-old New York City subway system will be the focus of a panel discussion hosted by Transit Wireless at the 6th annual Smart Transit USA Congress & Expo, October 25 thru October 26 in Elizabeth, NJ, USA.
BAI is proud to be supporting the Australian British Infrastructure Investment Catalyst (ABIIC) event in Sydney from 28-30 September. Director of European Transit Malcolm Keys will be presenting in the Leading Practice – Technology Panel on Day 3 focusing on “Smart Communications”.
Following its rigorous independent evaluation, Transit Wireless has received its ISO 9001:2008 certification (globally recognized certification of quality management system standards).
BAI Communications will be leading a new panel at Smart Transit USA 2016 entitled, “Deeper Dive: Communications Infrastructure in Mass Transit”. BAI will be joined by Transit Wireless, MTA, Sprint, T-Mobile USA, Outfront Media and BAI Canada. Register here for a 20% discount to the event.
The MTA has partnered with Transit Wireless and Penguin Random House to launch “Subway Reads,” a special eight-week long joint promotion celebrating the installation of free wireless connectivity in more than 175 underground subway stations.
BAI, Transit Wireless, Win “Best Wi-Fi Deployment to Connect the Unconnected in an Urban Environment” Award
Award acknowledges the work of Transit Wireless in for designing, building and deploying the cellular and Wi-Fi communications network in the 279 underground stations of the New York City subway system.
BAI Communications is pleased to collaborate with the Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) and many other industry players in endorsing World Wi-Fi Day – June 20, 2016.
Transit Wireless is on track to extend wireless connectivity services to all underground subway stations in NYC by the end of 2016: Re-launches websites and relocates to larger headquarters.
BAI Communications has today announced the appointment of Deena Shiff as the Chairperson of its board, effective 30 May.
BAI Communications farewells Chairman Gerry Moriarty: reflecting on an extraordinary career in communications
After 14 years with BAI Communications, Gerry Moriarty (AM, FTSE, FIEAust, FAICD) has announced his plans to retire as Company Chairman.
BAI Canada has committed to a full rollout of Wi-Fi and cellular infrastructure across the subway system, and plans to bring 24 additional stations online by the end of 2016 – almost doubling the size of the current rollout.
New tech met old school at the New York Transit Museum where Transit Wireless presented an overview of the design and installation of wireless connectivity in New York City’s underground stations.
Ashley Marshall, BAI’s National Business Development Manager for critical communications, will present a case study on the use of Long Range Digital Radio in less densely populated and remote areas at the Mission-Critical Communications Summit in Wellington, NZ.
More than 12,600 new subway car maps and approximately 1,000 large station maps will now feature the new Second Avenue Line.read more
Seven new Toronto Transit Commission subways stations are now online, thanks to BAI Canada.read more
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.read more
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