An increased interest in 5G connectivity has the potential to reshape the internet while improving existing industries, like railway transportation.
At the Transports Publics Expo in Paris, Huber+Suhner introduced consumers to a new and more connected railway system called the Sencity Rail Multi antenna. According to the company, this piece of equipment serves as a "5G-ready solution for vehicle-to-ground communications." Increased communication results in a deeper level of connectivity, connection and safety, making for an enriched traveling experience for all facets of the industry. For the passengers, this antenna will offer real-time information, improved WiFi connection, seat reservation and more.
The antenna is currently in its trail phase, but is expected to become available throughout Europe in the near future.
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