What We Do
The European Market for Train-Based Wireless Broadband Services 2012
On-train passenger entertainment and operational cost-saving services are being revolutionised by the supply of broadband wireless services to trains, argues this new report.
“We’ve seen the rise of WiFi on trains creep forward over the last few years”, says report author Betty Altemuller, “but now as competition becomes a reality, operators old and new are scrambling to make their trains WiFi-receptive.”
The European Market for Train-Based Wireless Broadband Services 2012 details the launch of new services in every individual European market and highlights the progress such systems are making. Altemuller argues “There is an increasingly compelling business case for train companies to get WiFi onto their rolling stock, both in terms of giving them a USP in the battle to win passengers and in terms of reducing operating costs.”
The European Market for Train-Based Wireless Broadband Services 2012 provides detailed analysis of the current state of play in this fast-moving market. It also contains projections for the growth of the various services in each country and across Europe over the next ten years.
For further information on the report and to order a copy, please contact ross.parsons@BWCS.com . The report is available at a special discounted price to those attending a BWCS Conference this year, please ask Eileen for details.