Keeping you passengers satisfied!

 

In our more and more connected, online world, Wi-Fi access is now common everywhere. Since public transport vehicles often have network connectivity of some sort in any case, offering a Wi-Fi service on-board is a fairly simple and easy way to make passengers even more happy. Having access to the Internet for reading newspapers, mails, or being on Facebook or Snapchat makes the travel itself feel shorter and quicker.

 

 

Passenger Wi-Fi

In particular, for tourists and travelers without a local mobile phone data subscription plan, Cities in Motion Passenger Wi-Fi is a very good way to make public transport even more attractive.On longer trips, e.g. on trains and long distance buses, passengers can expect to use the travel time doing productive work on their laptop or tablet. This is of course something that cannot be done while driving in a private car and makes an even more compelling case to use public transport for work-related travels.

 

FourC’s CiM Passenger Wi-Fi runs as a service and is installed over-the-air to new or existing Cities in Motion Open Service Platform deployments that have an available Wi-Fi device installed. The system administrator can add their own landing and welcome pages to promote new offers and services. Additionally, the system includes the option to use access codes to access the Internet. To prevent bandwidth abuse, various filters can be selected to limit access to e.g. download or malware sites.

 

CiM Passenger Wi-Fi does not need its own hardware device in the vehicle. It runs as-a-service alongside other services on a single, standard vehicle computer in the vehicle. This drastically reduces both the investment and installation costs for the solution. Other services available or to come in the near future are CiM LiveScreen infotainment, CiM Passenger Flow Analysis and more.

Features

 

  • Selectable landing page

  • Selectable first page

  • Advertisements options

  • Access control

  • Optional e-mail registration

  • Owner-definable terms of use

  • PC, mobile and tablet friendly

  • Malware, adult and bandwidth filters

  • Statistics module

 

 

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