One of Nation’s Largest Transit Systems is On-Board with OnGo

The need for fast and secure data transfer within public facilities to effectively run daily operations and deliver excellent customer experiences, is critically important for organizations who operate transportation hubs, airports, and commuter transit systems. These organizations often turn to Wi-Fi solutions since they are easy to install and inexpensive to deploy. However, Wi-Fi connections are prone to interference and lack the dependability for mission-critical use cases, such as real-time travel updates and visitor security.

OnGo™ provides a reliable and secure network infrastructure within the 3.5 GHz CBRS band for a wide variety of public spaces and transportation use cases to help improve business operations and render secure and seamless experiences for customers. For example, the public transit system in the Dallas metro area depends on the high-performance mobility advantages of OnGo to deliver travel information to over 200,000 daily commuters via digital signage. Landmark Dividend, a noted expert in deploying digital infrastructure, uses OnGo to enable the transit system in Dallas to provide a seamless experience for its travelers. OnGo supports 300 kiosks that enhance commuting experiences across the operator’s system and also maintains reliable connections to support security and holistic system integrations.

Dan Parsons, Chief Operating Officer at Landmark Dividend, explains how OnGo improves customer experiences using reliable connectivity for public transit ticketing systems, security, wayfinding, and community information, here:

About David Fosberg

David Fosberg is VP of Marketing for the CBRS Alliance. For two decades across three continents, David Fosberg successfully led Fortune 100 marketing organizations through shifting markets with dynamic target audiences. As VP of Marketing for Samsung Electronics and comparable positions with Intel and Dell, his global responsibilities demanded fresh thinking backed by the time-tested strategic principles he learned as an MBA student under the tutelage of management guru Peter F. Drucker. With disciplined metrics and creative approaches, David effectively launched products and services, established new brands, drove demand and generated sales in untapped markets. In the process, he demonstrated marketing’s contribution to the business, showing that it is possible to grow revenues with flat or shrinking budgets and be effective with lean creative teams.

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