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This year’s Wi-Fi on Trains Conference – Train Communications Systems 2018 will see operators from across the globe assemble to discuss the future path of on-train Wi-Fi services and tickets are disappearing fast.
As ever, BWCS has focused on getting the train operators themselves to share their real-life stories of putting Wi-Fi onto their trains, fighting to keep the customers happy and struggling to add new services and increase bandwidth.
Main European and UK train operators as well as Indian Railways, and operators from the US will be sharing their experiences and challenges at the two-day conference.
This year the conference will be held at the prestigious five-star Grange City Hotel, a mere stone’s throw from the Tower of London, UK.
Please be advised that places are extremely limited and are selling out fast. To reserve your place now fill out the enquiry form.
We look forward to seeing you in June.
Highlights for 2018
Keith Monserrat from Network Rail Telecom will address the Conference on the Future for Wireless Connectivity Services to Trains, examining the lessons learned from the current series of trials that NR is undertaking and what the future is likely to hold.
Indian Railways on launching Wi-Fi on the largest rail network in the world.
Matt Griffin from Transport for London on the capital’s ambitious plans to extend wireless connectivity along tube lines and trains.
Jim Baker will report on the situation state-side, including how Amtrak and others have fared on installing trackside networks and developing other solutions.
Other speakers include the main European and UK train operators including RENFE, SJ Trains, Arriva, OBB from Austria and others in Scandinavia, across Europe, the US and the UK, who will all be sharing their experiences and challenges at the two-day conference.
If you would like to reserve a place, visit the Traincomms website as soon as you can, as this year’s conference is proving very popular and we have to give out the places on a first come first serve basis.
This year’s Train Communications System Conference will be sponsored by Icomera, Nomad Digital, Fluidmesh, 21Net, RADWIN and BAI Communications.
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