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Hyperconnected London | How London’s boroughs can enable great digital connectivity

In a cost of living crisis, how can cities like London help their residents access jobs and drive growth? And how can we make sure that the most vulnerable have the connectivity they need to access education, public services and other opportunities? In June 2021, BAI Communications entered a historic £1bn investment partnership with Transport […]

Meet the BAI Communications team at Smart Transit West event, Denver

Smart Transit is the go-to event portfolio for senior industry professionals across North America looking to keep abreast of the rapid pace of change in the passenger transit sector. Taking place in Denver, CO, this year’s Smart Transit West conference will discuss developments affecting transit authorities and agencies in the western USA and Canada, where […]

The importance of connected transport in building smart cities

The use of digital technologies in the public transport sector is gaining traction worldwide. This includes high-capacity transit communication networks that enable connected vehicles, smart stations, and digitised, data-driven transit operations. These networks support intelligent applications that can make public transport more efficient, affordable, and safe, for both operators and passengers. With authorities eager to […]

Customers of all major networks set to have access to high-speed mobile coverage across London Tube network

Access to high-speed mobile connectivity on the Tube has taken another major step forward today, with Vodafone and Virgin Media O2 joining BAI Communications’ (BAI) network, Sadiq Khan the Mayor of London confirmed today. Customers of all four mobile network operators – Three, EE, Vodafone and Virgin Media O2 – will be able to access high-speed 4G […]

All aboard the 5G ride: How Mobilitie brings next-generation connectivity to millions of Sound Transit commuters

With pandemic restrictions easing and offices reopening, transit ridership recovery is well underway. And now, more than ever, passengers expect ubiquitous connectivity to stay connected throughout their journey. In fact, according to our Connectivity Outlook report, 91% of passengers think seamless mobile coverage above and below ground should be a feature of all world-class cities. […]

All aboard: Connected fleets are coming, and passenger Wi-Fi is just the beginning

As part of his role as Head of Product, Solutions and Innovation, Chris Burchett oversees BAI’s connected transit product strategy, including the development of our next generation connected transport solutions. As part of our ‘World of connectivity – in celebration of World Wi-Fi Day’ series, we asked Chris to tell us more about bringing connectivity […]

Join Andrew Conway at the Cambridge Wireless Small Cell SIG event

Railway tunnels and cuttings, underground railways, mines, oil rigs, lampposts, bus stops and stadiums. Small cells, and their more venerable cousin the DAS (Distributed Antenna System), are cropping up in all sorts of tricky-to-serve locations. They bring high quality public and private mobile service to places which really matter to their occupants, but which don’t […]

Celebrating World Wi-Fi Day – connecting Sunderland

In celebration of World Wi-Fi Day – an initiative to recognise the incredible role Wi-Fi plays in connecting people and things – we wanted to highlight the exciting work we’re doing in Sunderland in partnership with Sunderland City Council to dramatically improve Wi-Fi access across the city. There are still many people in Sunderland who […]

A world of connectivity – celebrating World Wi-Fi Day

Monday 20 June marks ‘World Wi-Fi Day’, a unique worldwide initiative organised by Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) under the leadership of Connected Community Forum. It is a celebration and acknowledgement of the great contribution that Wi-Fi brings to our daily lives, and a charter to ‘connect the unconnected’. Wi-Fi is a crucial communication platform that […]

Transit Wireless expands cellular connectivity to T-Mobile customers in the Canarsie Tunnel

Additional 5G data and cellular services are now delivered by the wireless infrastructure company on New York’s L-Line Transit Wireless, a BAI Communications company, and leading 5G wireless infrastructure provider, announced today that T-Mobile customers can now access cellular voice and data services in New York City’s Canarsie Tunnel, which connects Manhattan and Brooklyn on the L train service […]