The transportation sector cover areas from seaports, container terminals, airports, railway, to logistic hubs and warehouses.

To increase productivity, there is a trend towards increased automation that is enabled by automated cranes, automated guided vehicles and robotics in general. Another trend is big data analytics, which drives the digital transformation of industrial processes, including computer vision (e.g. OCR) and remote monitoring and tracking of capital intensive equipment. These trends create a need for high-performance wireless connectivity to control and collect data.

“Large public venues, and transport hubs like subway stations, airports and railway stations need to be Neutral Hosts for broadband services [via OnGo] – allowing subscribers from all service providers to be [involved]”

Ashish K. DayamaNokia 

How does OnGo make a difference?

With OnGo, the performance can be tailored to the transportation industry, providing: large coverage geographic footprint with high-power small-cells, high-density network, and seamless mobility, including handover to the macro network for wide-area tracking. With OnGo it is possible to use available shared spectrum instead of hard-to-get licensed spectrum.

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OnGo: New Shared Spectrum Enables Flexible Indoor and Outdoor Mobile Solutions and New Business Models

Previously unavailable Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) is enabling new levels of connectivity. Read this white paper to learn what the possibilities are for your business.

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