The UK Network Operators’ Forum (UKNOF) is a UK non-profit organisation that connects network engineers and operators across UK. Andrew Conway, Director of Solutions, Innovation and Technology, BAI Communications UK, spoke alongside Transport for London’s Garry Radcliffe at the UKNOF’s conference on Aug 3 2021.
Brendan shares his views on the commercial drivers behind private networks and its evolution, the role of Edge, Cloud and IT integration, the risk of legacy in private networks and where the business is headed.
Louise Golding, SVP – People & Business Operations, Transit Wireless (a majority-owned BAI Communications company) spoke at the AGL Virtual Summit on June 8 In her panel session Louise speaks about the challenges relating to workforce diversity in the infrastructure industry. She explains how Transit Wireless has maintained a truly diverse workforce by incorporating process […]
Brendan O’Reilly, Group Chief Technology Officer at BAI Communications, spoke at the 5G Realised Summit about how 5G and advanced technologies are enabling connected cities. In this presentation, Brendan explores three key ideas: Technology supporting cities to be as attractive as possible to live and work in: How 5G connectivity – layered with advanced technologies […]
Brendan O’Reilly, Global Chief Technology Officer at BAI Communications, joined the 5G Live panel “Urban 5G: Working towards a shared vision of smart cities”. He shared his views on collaboration around common objectives and that outcomes are the key to realising the dream of smart cities.
Brendan O’Reilly, Global Chief Technology Officer at BAI Communications, speaks at Telecom TV’s 5G Evolution on 13 May 2021. He discusses the role of neutral host operators in the 5G market, including the impact that technological developments such as edge computing and Open RAN will have on the strategies of companies such as BAI. Watch […]
Advanced mobile networks and smart technology will be critical for renewing confidence in the post-pandemic world. Transport systems are data-rich environments, and people understand the benefits this can offer to enhance transport services in terms of reliability and safety. According to the Connectivity outlook report, four in five rail users (81%) are at least somewhat […]
Our Food Future launches two innovative, data-focused projects December 10, 2020 – The Guelph-Wellington Smart Cities initiative has launched two important data focused Our Food Future projects: the Food Future Data Hub and the formation of a Data Utility Advisory Committee. The Data Hub, an online platform that pulls together open data sets from Our […]
Pictured above: Jeremy Foran works with contestants of the 2017 Hacktrain event in London. 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 […]
BAI’s Andrew Conway talks about data dead-ends, and the challenges and opportunities associated with modernising an environment where legacy infrastructure dates back over a century.