Tag Archives: RFE

Going underground to keep 2 billion Hong Kong travellers connected

Hong Kong is one of the world’s most vibrant and busiest cities. Its underground and light rail system is a testament to this, with over two billion trips per year supported by the service. There are 90 railway stations and 68 light rail stops on the Hong Kong Mass Transit Railway (MTR) network, stretching across […]

The inside story on how Hong Kong commuters have enjoyed underground connectivity since 1992

Once a system comes into place, there’s no going back – passengers become quickly expectant…” What were you doing in 1992? Work? School? College? Maybe you weren’t even born. George H. W. Bush was President of the USA, West Germany were the holders of the World Cup, and in Hong Kong (which still had five […]

Four technologies transport authorities are using to make their passengers’ journeys safer

“Passengers want to experience the same connectivity on their commute as they do everywhere else, whether at work, at home or on the move. They also want to travel safely and easily above and below ground, accessing the information they need reliably and without interruption.”

BAI Communications receives Gold Quality Award for MTR projects

Radio Frequency Engineering (RFE – now known as BAI Communications in Hong Kong) have earned the coveted Gold Quality Award in the Hong Kong MTR Projects Quality, Safety, Environmental and Stakeholder Engagement Awards Presentation Ceremony for its work on the radio systems of MTR West Island Line (WIL) and South Island Line (SIL). RFE Managing […]