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At UITP Global Public Transport Summit 2017 in Montreal, NetModule, a leading manufacturer of communication products for M2M and IoT, will display its latest wireless routers for entertainment and passenger Wi-Fi in busses and trains on stand 2B202. The certified communication systems combine know-how and latest technologies. They reliably connect devices in transportation, public transport and industry, and enable wireless communication all over where landline connections are either too expensive or not feasible at all.
The focus is set on the newest certified vehicle and train routers for wireless data and voice communication and entertainment in mobile environments.
NetModule’s RAILWAY router series are designed for mobile railway communications. These routers comply with the industry standard EN50155 which is mandatory for most railway appliances. Supporting the latest WAN/LAN technologies (including GSM, UMTS, LTE, Wi-Fi, GSM-R), active GPS and voice calls they are offering highly-available connectivity with seamless handover between the broadband links using to the Mobile IP protocol.
The NB3800 MediaRail is a powerful multi-talent which provides wireless Internet access via LTE and media server capabilities for data-intensive applications. It is equipped with multiple LTE and Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11ac modules, Gigabit Ethernet ports including two for Gigabit transmission. These features enable powerful Wi-Fi and real-time media applications and entertainment for passengers. An additionally built-in SSD with up to one terabyte storage capacity enables the system to store and to retrieve offline media content.
This router is also available in an IP65 or IP67-rated case to protect against influences from the environment, like water and dust.
The NB3800 MediaRail+ provides wireless Internet access over multiple LTE Advanced (Cat. 6) and Wi-Fi connections for data-intensive applications like passenger Wi-Fi and information or condition monitoring. Numerous additional communication interfaces guarantee an excellent interaction with onboard electronics.
NetModule’s VEHICLE router series are designed for mobile communication in public transportation (e.g. in buses and trams) but also any other kind of vehicular applications such as caravans. These routers comply with the industry standard 72/245/EWG (e1) which is typically required for such appliances. Supporting the latest WAN / LAN technologies (including GSM, UMTS, LTE, Wi-Fi) they offer highly available connectivity with seamless handover between the broadband links making use of the Mobile IP protocol.
NB2800 MediaVehicle is a powerful router for passenger Wi-Fi and entertainment. With E-mark and ECE-R118 certifications it is the optimal device for passenger Wi-Fi and entertainment as well as condition monitoring and remote management.
Integrating a powerful CPU, the NB2800 achieves data rates up to 1Gbps and enables gigabit routing. The in-vehicle Wi-Fi coverage is enhanced by providing up to two Wi-Fi access points with latest IEEE 802.11ac standard and 2x2MIMO beam forming technology. Equipped with up to three UMTS / LTE modules which can be bundled, the total bandwidth can be extended to the needs of the intended applications. Especially with passenger entertainment applications, the increased total throughput generates a great user experience.
The NB2800 MultiVehicle+ provides wireless Internet access over multiple LTE Advanced (Cat. 6) and Wi-Fi connections for data-intensive applications like passenger Wi-Fi and information or condition monitoring and remote management. Numerous additional communication interfaces guarantee an excellent interaction with onboard electronics. With its powerful CPU, the NB2800 achieves data rates up to 1Gbps and enables gigabit routing.
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