The Connected Transport Context
Recent years have seen significant advancements in future generation wireless networks, that enable the delivery of cost effective and spectrum efficient solutions, to a multitude of land based, airborne and ocean going platforms, providing video, data, audio and internet for both operational and consumer applications.
Genuine, ubiquitous connectivity, will require topologies featuring a hybrid mix of complimentary access technologies, from both Terrestrial and NewSpace sources, in order to provide mobile users and connected vehicles, vessels, aircraft and trains, with robust connectivity across a wide range of networking environments… including the most remote, hardest to reach locations.
The Connected Transport and Infrastructure video conference will ask
What architectures and emerging heterogeneous ICTs will be internertworked to enable this brave, new, nomadic world?
"ESA Support for Connected Transport"
Mauro Cordani, Future Programmes Officer, ESA
Roberta Mugellesi Dow, Head Connected Transport Business ,ESA
“Satellite and Connected Transport: Barriers to Entry”
Rob Furlong, Manager Transport Systems, Knowledge Transfer Network
“Agnostic Continuity: A Required Model for In-Flight Connectivity”
Jags Burhm, Senior Vice President Global Aero Mobility, Eutelsat
“Hughes JUPITER™ Mobility – Addressing the Complexity of Air, Sea and Land Transport Connectivity”
Reza Rasoulian, Vice President Broadband Satellite Services, Hughes
“Satellite Communications for WiFi On-Board”
Javier Santos, International Business Development, Inster
“Modern Satellite Communications in Rail”
Robert Gardner, Senior Innovation Engineer, Network Rail
“The French Autonomous Train Project”
Thomas Jennequin, Programme Train Autonome, SNCF S.A.
“Opportunities in Mobility”
David Burr, Vice President Satellite Operators & Mobility, Comtech EF Data
“Scaling Digitalisation in Maritime: the Role of Connectivity”
Nick Chubb, Founder & Managing Director, Thetius