The results in the whitepaper – gathered from Nomad’s 2014 ICT industry survey – aligned closely with the common themes of this year’s conference, successfully reflecting the current demands and preferences for onboard applications, as well as the restrictions and challenges faced by operators and manufacturers to deploy them.
Ross Parsons, Train Communication Systems organiser, said, “When Nomad started the industry ICT survey at our conference in 2014, we saw a huge response from European, Asian and North American train operators and suppliers”
This year we were pleased to see that the results in the 2015 whitepaper are indicative of the industry 12 months on, and highlight some of the key themes of this year’s conference – proving it to be a credible voice and analysis for the onboard ICT industry which I hope will now continue as an annual report”.
Largely supporting this year’s presentation by Nomad Commercial Director, Jay Saw, the whitepaper was used to illustrate how onboard passenger service and operational solution investments, can be returned through passenger benefits, tangible revenues and operational cost savings – presenting a sustainable business model built from industry feedback, all of which was evident in this year’s whitepaper.
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