Wireless users use cases
Under pressure: tackling railway connectivity in 2016
Wireless connectivity on trains remains a significant technical and commercial challenge. Although rail passengers across the globe are now familiar with the presence of on-board Wi-Fi, the limited capacity of such services remains a significant obstacle to delivering the reliable performance that’s increasingly demanded by regulators and passengers.
And as rail operators face growing pressure from passengers and governments to tackle the wireless challenge, momentum is growing around the world to develop convincing solutions.