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Discount Offer for Early Booking at Traincomms 2022

Tue 12 Apr 2022

We hope that you will be joining us at this year’s WiFi on Trains Conference – Traincomms 2022? Many of the tickets have already been sold and we very much look forward to seeing everyone in person again.

This year we will have more train operators than ever, attending and speaking.

Speakers will include:

Network Rail – discussing plans to partner with suppliers to improve national trackside coverage.

DB Regio – outlining plans to use WiFi to entice passengers back onto trains and to learn from interacting with their 1.9 billion commuters in Germany.

Amtrak – discussing long-term train to ground connectivity strategies

Transport for London – Assessing how its project to provide full coverage on the Underground is progressing and what lessons have been learned

 

Indian Rail  –  will be discussing progress on its vast trackside network scheme and plans for the future of WiFi on trains

TGV Lyria – looking at how to cope with not-spots on the long-distance route and discussing its future plans for WiFi on board

Deutsche Bahn ICE Trains: on getting customers back onto trains and improving coverage and WiFi quality on Germany’s long-distance trains

Other presentations will come from Abellio, Arriva, Transport for Wales, Northern Trains, SBB, Go-Ahead, and many others.

In addition, there will be several panel discussions involving other train operators and suppliers – all open to questions and debate with the floor.

 

The event is proving very popular and we are very much looking forward to seeing everyone in person again.

If you would like to reserve your place – and secure a 10% discount on the price, please

Traincomms 2022 will feature major networking opportunities across two days.

To reserve your ticket, at the discounted early bird rate, please click here http://www.traincomms.com/book1.cfm or simply e-mail Ross.Parsons@BWCS.com

This year’s Conference is sponsored by RADWIN, Nomad Digital, GlobalReach Technology and Westermo.

There is more information at www.Traincomms.com where you can also sign up for our Free News Service … or e-mail Ross.Parsons@BWCS.com



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