Slow, unreliable, cellular-based WiFi on trains has come to an end! Fluidmesh innovative transmission protocol called FLUIDITY is the only license-free track-side wireless solution to grant your customers a stunning fast WiFi experience on your trains. Real broadband on a train that goes up to 220Mph (350 Km/h) is now possible without service disruption and the investment required to set up the track-side network is extremely limited because FLUIDITY can leverage the existing poles and infrastructure of the GMS-R or PTC systems without interfering with them.
Why Fluidmesh Trackside WiFi?
A BETTER PASSENGER EXPERIENCE
High-speed trains passengers expect to be able to work using on-board wireless high-speed connectivity. Performance of WiFi on trains is the main complaint to train operators based on passengers’ surveys and web reputation analysis. There is no way cellular-based and satellite-based technologies are able to fulfil passengers’ expectations.
LICENSE-FREE BROADBAND TRACKSIDE WIRELESS
Our innovative track-side wireless technology to enable WiFi on trains does not operate on licensed spectrum but takes advantage of license-free channels in the 5 GHz band. A real broadband data link to the train allows for on-board VoIP and Femtocell deployments.
HIGH SPEED VEHICLE CONNECTION
Our mobile transmission protocol FLUIDITY can connect an on-board radio roaming at up to 350 Km/h along the trackside network. Nobody is able to beat the performances of Fluidmesh track-side wireless technology with hand-off below 3 ms and no packets dropped.
EXTEND CONNECTIVITY THROUGH TUNNELS
FLUIDITY performs with no flaws also in tunnels taking advantage of multi-path with its MIMO-based radio technology and dual-polarized track-side and on-board antennas.
COST EFFECTIVE SOLUTION
Fluidmesh track-side network can leverage the existing poles and towers deployed for GSM-R or PTC, reducing dramatically the initial investment required. Moreover, FLUIDITY on-board radio device can switch to a cellular or satellite technology when the train is an area not yet equipped with FLUIDITY trackside technology.
- High-speed trains
- Light-rail systems
- Subways and metro
- Freight railroads
- Internet on board
- WiFi on Trains for Passengers
- Passenger information system
- On-board entertainment
- Digital advertising
- On-board Femtocell