Last year, Nomad collated over 80 responses from transport organisations across the continent, with a view to share a new whitepaper with delegates at this year’s Train Communications event, held at the Radisson Blu Bloomsbury Hotel on the 10th and 11th June. The whitepaper survey will be conducted again this month, now running as an annual report by Nomad Digital.
Looking forward to revealing the results, Nomad Digital’s Commercial Director, Jay Saw, will also be speaking on the second day of the conference with a presentation called ‘The Digital Railway: Leading the modern railway into a sustainable technological future’. Jay Saw will explore some of the key milestones that have moved the train communications’ conversation away from Passenger WiFi - and onto IP enablement; demonstrating today’s latest innovations in onboard enhanced passenger services and intelligent fleet management, through real ground-breaking case studies.
To learn more about the BWCS Train Communication Systems conference, please visit: http://www.traincomms2015.com/