This roundtable brings together key experts to discuss how the industry can work to deliver seamless and enjoyable passenger journeys in order to encourage more people to choose to travel by public transport, as well as to ensure the loyalty of those who already do.
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In Issue 4 2021 of Intelligent Transport, our Passenger Experience Roundtable brings together key industry personnel to discuss how the industry can work to deliver passenger journeys that are both seamless and enjoyable.
In the final 2021 issue of Intelligent Transport, we feature exclusive content from leading industry experts discussing: the future of autonomous mobility; how alternative power is supporting the decarbonisation of public transport; why delivering a seamless and enjoyable passenger experience is key to recovering passenger ridership post-pandemic; and much more.
Data has the ability to revolutionise how operations and maintenance affect the rail industry - but only if it is utilised effectively. Nomad Digital sat down with Pedro Conceicao to discuss this further and to consider how collecting the correct data can impact the passenger experience.
Xavier Champaud, Managing Director, and Mike Butler, Head of Strategic Technical Innovation at Nomad Digital, detail how transport operators can win back passengers' trust following the pandemic and the role that data has to play in any innovation that is going to help along the way.
Nomad Digital’s Sam Taylor explains the features and benefits of the company’s new ‘Engage Portal’ in regards to passenger experience, accessibility and entertainment.
Nomad Digital has secured a contract to deploy on-board passenger Wi-Fi for operators of the Öresundstrain in Denmark and Sweden.
Today’s train to ground data needs are predominantly met by cellular services, albeit with varying levels of data throughput.
The Trackside Radio Networks solution provides passengers a seamless, high speed WiFi connection throughout their journey, including when travelling through tunnels or under bridges.
People want to remain constantly connected. With intelligent technology all around us covering all aspects of our lives the perception is: ‘Why should it stop when we step on to a train?’
Mobility-as-a-Service might not have been entirely within people's consciousness until recent years, but it is something that they are now trying to understand, and a trend that's set to grow exponentially in the coming years.