Source: RADWIN RADWIN, a leading global wireless broadband solutions provider, today announced that BAI Communications (BAI), a designer, builder, and operator of communications infrastructure, successfully attained connectivity speeds of 1.5Gbps between train cars, when testing RADWIN’s TerraBridge Inter-Carriage Link solution on a Toronto subway train. BAI deployed and currently operates a Wi-Fi, cellular and IP network for the Toronto Transit […]
‘Mobile World Live’ Senior Editor Chris Donkin went on-air with Justin Berger to understand his view of smart cities and BAI’s involvement in their development. Read the transcript below. Chris Donkin: Hello and welcome to this ‘Mobile World Live’ themed week interview with BAI Communications’ Chief Strategy Officer Justin Berger discussing smart cities. Thank you […]
Rail commuters across the globe have made it clear that they want governments to invest in 5G networks and understand the benefits those investments will provide. More specifically, advanced mobile networks and smart technology are critical to enabling the transit services rail users expect and must be seamless and smart. These are some of BAI […]
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 […]
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.
In 2012, BAI Canada, a BAI Communications company, was tasked to design, build and operate the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC)’s cellular and Wi-Fi network across Toronto’s network of subway stations.
Internet access is increasingly a utility rather than a luxury, with around 90% of Canadians connected to wireless networks and nearly all Canadians under the age of 45 using the internet every day. People expect to be connected everywhere they go. This includes 4.2 million public transport commuters. With Toronto residents taking an average of […]
Josh MacKinnon has been working at BAI Communications in Toronto since early 2013 as Director of Engineering Systems, where he is directly responsible for the engineering and implementation of the networks in Canada. Josh also represents the wider BAI Group as the Director of Wi-Fi technologies where he is involved in the strategic direction and […]
On 5 December, Ken Ranger spoke with members of the Professional Engineers of Ontario’s (PEO) York chapter about the challenges and triumphs of BAI’s wireless project in Toronto. Along with 35 fellow engineers, Ken took PEO members through the design and build phases of the Toronto project, through to the ongoing operation and maintenance of […]
This week BAI Communications is attending the SmartTransit USA Conference in Philadelphia. SmartTransit is the go-to event for senior transit industry figures from across North America, and this year’s event will look at how digitalization, connectivity and technology is revolutionizing transit, from enhanced analytics technologies to real-time passenger information systems. Positioned at booth E6, BAI will […]