Tag: telecommunications

Business

Telecoms industry leaders to debate future opportunities at Ovum 2020 Summit

Global telecoms analysts Ovum and Informa have brought together a unique panel of speakers at the inaugural Ovum 2020 Telecoms Summit, due to be held on the 30-31 October at the Sydney Harbour Marriott. Telecoms operators are now in a position to be able to provide a myriad of new entertainment, content and ICT services.…

17 Sep 2014, by test test

Transport & Logistics

The importance of innovation – Birth of Laing O’Rourke’s Engineering Excellence Group

Innovation plays a vital part in moving Australian rail forward. The Engineering Excellence Group created by Laing O’Rourke is an example that our industry recognises the importance of innovation, and is doing what we can to actively support the rail sector. Stephen Pascall, Rail Sector Lead Australia Hub at Laing O'Rourke joined us in the…

23 Jul 2014, by test test

Technology

Telecommunications – The backbone of Sydney Trains’ underground infrastructure

Telecommunications is fast becoming the chosen communication method for the rail industry. From increasing the efficiency, safety and reliability of operations to enhancing passenger experience, telecommunications and train control are essential to improving the growing and diversified demands of rail organisations. In the lead up to the ARA’s inaugural Telecommunications & Train Control Conference, we…

8 Jul 2014, by test test

Transport & Logistics

Is Wi-Fi the future of rail communications?

Communications-based train control (CBTC) is steadily becoming the train control system of choice for both new and existing metro lines. Currently, most modern RF-based CBTC are being deployed over a Wi-Fi radio bearer. Rodrigo Alvarez, Senior Consultant – Rail Comms at Titan ICT Consultants talks to us about some of the potential issues associated with that design option. You…

26 May 2014, by test test

Transport & Logistics

The push in demand for onboard connectivity

Thanks to the rise of mobile devices, people today are more connected than ever before. This means that public access to networks such as 4G and Wi-Fi is no longer luxury, but rather an expectation of a well-developed city. People are demanding these services in practically any public environment they step into, from libraries and…

21 May 2014, by test test