Giving transit operators greater line of sight with Wi-Fi data In 2019, BAI Communications (BAI) developed a solution with the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) to monitor station occupancy using anonymized Wi-Fi association data. That technology found an unexpected new purpose with the outbreak of COVID-19, when large crowds suddenly became a public health issue. This […]
Source: Governor Andrew M. Cuomo website Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that work has been completed to bring cellular voice and data connections in the L line tunnel under the East River. The MTA and New York- based company, Transit Wireless, has launched full connectivity so that AT&T customers are now able to use […]
Transit Wireless invested over US$300 million and partnered with industry vendors to design, build and operate a cellular and Wi-Fi network within the New York City subway and a fibre network throughout the city.
Hong Kong consumers expect constant access to high-speed wireless data on demand, including when they ride underground public transport. Yet providing broadband confined coverage networks in one of the world’s busiest rapid transit railways in the world involves highly sophisticated precision-engineered systems – and that’s where RFE comes in.
Predicting the future is a tough business. And when it comes to fast moving technology, plotting a path is getting even harder. But in times of change, having a clear goal becomes all the more important. In this spirit, the UK’s communications regulator, Ofcom, has set out a vision for what data connectivity will be required […]
In the final post of his challenges of working in underground environments blog series, UK CEO Billy D’Arcy moves away from the physical environment to the business environments that telecommunication firms and rail operators work within.
Mind the skills gap! Part 4 of BAI Communications UK CEO Billy D’Arcy’s blog series on the challenges of deploying wireless for underground rail discusses how to ensure teams have the right skillset when installing high-speed communications in metro rail environments.
Welcome to part three of BAI’s blog series exploring the top five challenges of providing wireless service in underground environments. This week we’re looking at working in confined spaces.
BAI Communications UK CEO Billy Darcy shares part 2 of BAI’s blog series looking into the challenges effecting installation of underground wireless networks. This post explores the issues associated with completing large infrastructure projects in the age of 24 hour transport connectivity.
In the 1851 UK census, there were just three women listed as ‘railway labourers’ working in the industry. Whilst trains overall have gotten faster since then, the number of women working on or with them has travelled at a more pedestrian pace. An extensive survey of the UK by industry group Women In Rail found […]