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Reliable connectivity has become an ‘expected norm’. When people are away from their home or office, being constantly connected is simply expected.
Train systems generate a huge amount of data – a standard EMU generates in excess of 5,000 signals, equivalent to 2GB of data per train per day.
Nomad Digital is delighted to have played its part in the launch of the new Intercity Express Programme (IEP) fleet after the first Great Western Railway (GWR) train completed its inaugural journey today.
Nomad Digital is providing its WiFi solution to Hitachi Rail Europe, to benefit passengers using the new Abellio ScotRail Class 385 fleet.
Nomad Digital, has signed a new contract with CrossCountry to provide its digital train technology and associated services to keep the operator’s passengers connected on their journey.
Our ground-breaking vision of the ‘networked train’ from 2007 remains relevant today. Yet now we see a great opportunity to connect not just the passengers, but also train builders, maintainers and on-board staff – all of whom play a pivotal part in the passenger experience - and this is part of our future strategic vision.
Alstom has signed a purchase agreement for the acquisition of Nomad Holdings.