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Mar 23, 2018

NetModule at the World Metro & Light Rail Congress and Deutscher Nahverkehrstag

18. – 19.04.2018 at the Bilbao Exhibition Centre
24. – 26.04.2018 at Rhein-Mosel-Halle in Koblenz

At the Deutscher Nahverkehrstag in Koblenz, Germany, as well as at the World Metro & Light Rail Congress in Bilbao, Spain, NetModule presents its product lines for public transportation.
Customers can rely on various powerful systems supporting wireless data and voice communication in mobile environments. They consist of certified wireless routers as core products, different interior and exterior antennas, certified cabling as well as additional WLAN access points if needed. The offered solutions enable various applications such as passenger WiFi, passenger infotainment, digital signage, electronic ticketing as well as condition monitoring, fleet management and comprehensive access control. Particular attention is given to the possibilities to realize the demands of Regulation (EU) No 181/2011 of the EU which includes barrier-free accessibility to vehicles and stations, and to other requirements such as live-tracking of vehicles, autonomous passenger counting and interactive control by the passenger’s smartphone (e.g. request to stop, boarding/exit aid).

NetModule's vehicle router series are designed for mobile communication in busses, trams and in lite rails. These routers comply with the industry standard 72/245/EWG (e1) which is typically required for those appliances. The routers support the latest WAN/LAN technologies (such as LTE Advanced, WiFi IEEE802.11ac) and integrate special memory for data logging and multimedia content. In addition, they offer highly-available connectivity with seamless handover between the broadband links making use of the Mobile IP protocol.

  • The robust NB1800 routers are designed for stationary systems such as ticket machines, passenger WiFi and digital signage at stations, and sophisticated security applications such as access control. Customers can perform their own specific applications on the device, too.
  • The powerful NB2800 routers are designed for the use in busses, where they enable data-intensive applications such as passenger WiFi, passenger infotainment or driver communication, condition monitoring, vehicle live-tracking. To enable these applications, the devices integrate numerous interfaces for on-board electronics.
  • The NB3800 series enable the same applications but in lite rails and trams.
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