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Posted by: Richard Weatherburn on August 02, 2017

Today’s passengers traveling via bus, coach or train expect their travels and commutes to be fast, convenient and safe. As it so happens, these are the same considerations and standards that we as consumers expect of our internet and cellular connections.

As internet access and wireless connectivity becomes less of a luxury and more of a necessity, how is the transportation industry responding to not only meet the needs of its passengers, but its own growing expectations?

Read more below about how transportation companies are applying wireless technology solutions to their existing operations and improving their standing with consumers, as well as within their industries.

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Blog Category: Industrial Ethernet

Posted by: Richard Weatherburn on February 15, 2017

The transportation industry has the unique position of directly engaging with its customers (the passengers) and keeping them happy and safe. Any delays or downtime not only lead to lost revenue, but a trickle-down effect of annoyed travellers.

Do you have nightmares about train delays, safety issues or interrupted passenger services? Whether you oversee the overall operations of a railway or you’re in charge of specifying a new or upgraded vehicle or application – the reliability of the railway communication network rests on your shoulders.

No matter your role in building out a proper Ethernet network, it can be easy to fall into the trap of focusing your attention on the “shiny” or more exciting devices, like switches and routers. But, if the last thing that comes to mind is your cabling – you need to reconsider your priorities. Click the “read more” button below to find out why.

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Posted by: Richard Weatherburn on August 31, 2016

Demands on public transportation infrastructure continue to grow as cities expand and sprawl into suburbs. This shift ultimately affects capacity needs (i.e., more passengers) and physical needs (i.e., more roads and rails).

To meet these growing demands, a previously innovation-averse industry has shifted into an era of true pioneering. This has been exciting and rewarding to witness.

However, this escalating demand – coupled with growing expectations for safety and reliability – is creating challenges for the transportation industry. This is especially true for choosing the right networking equipment. Read on to find out about what to consider when evaluating train-to-ground communication systems.

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