Onboard connectivity boost for rail passengers : Page 2 of 2

March 11, 2019 //By Jean-Pierre Joosting
Onboard connectivity boost for rail passengers
According to Frost & Sullivan, railroads in Europe and North America are in a state of transition, with demand for economic and fuel-efficient modes of travel causing a surge in traffic volumes.

"Furthermore, the high speed of trains creates a type of Doppler effect when a passenger onboard tries to make use of the connectivity solution. To eliminate this issue, multiple hardware units have to be set up at regular intervals to ensure overlapping of signal coverage," adds Nataraj.

Other factors that can increase revenue opportunities for rolling stock manufacturers, railway operators, as well as digital technology and network connectivity providers include investments in communication infrastructure; offering door-to-door connectivity systems through digitalization of train reservations combined with first- and last-mile connections using common mobile application platforms; partnerships among automotive companies, digital technology providers, and mobile networking companies; as well as shifting toward automated operations.

The report, Passenger Rail Connectivity Market in Europe and North America, Forecast to 2025, can be found at https://frost.ly/39v.


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