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Just three transportation case studies with Teldat communication platforms. They transmit the complex challenges that Teldat solves.
Teldat H1 Automotive+ Makes bus travel safer in Boston
Teldat H1-Automotive+ is an advanced IP rugged router which transmits data, voice and video whilst moving, on dual LTE and 802.11n Wi-Fi (client & access point), with GPS based location services, including Geo-Fence.
After the Boston Marathon bombing on April 15, 2013, the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA), were given a grant from the United States Department of Homeland Security to place a video surveillance system on their buses in order to ensure security for the passengers, as well as for the bus driver. Minuteman Security Technologies was assigned this demanding project. They had to find an advanced router that could integrate with the entire video solution project and act as the core of the surveillance system.
Teldat H1 Automotive+ Makes bus travel more convenient in Sarasota
Teldat H1-Automotive+, is an advanced IP rugged router which transmits data, voice, and video while moving, on dual LTE and 802.11n Wi-Fi (client & access point) and permits QoS, VPN and GPS based location services, including Geo-Fence.
A North American county wanted to reduce the amount of cars on its regional roadways and encourage those travelers to use the transit company public transportation bus routes. As one of the plans to achieve this goal, they wished to make travel on these buses more pleasant and convenient for the travelers by offering a Wi-Fi service with LTE connection onto the Internet.
Another objective was having a second Wi-Fi network, so that employees
on the buses could use a Wi-Fi/LTE connection to the Internet for security and bus operation scenarios.
Teldat H1-Automotive in-vehicle router for Madrid buses.
Teldat H1-Automotive is an advanced IP rugged router which transmits data, voice and video whilst moving, on dual cellular and Wi-Fi (client & access point), for security and passenger connectivity.
Madrid buses (EMT) looked to increase passenger comfort and security. With the aim of increasing security across their fleet, EMT decided to launch CCTV on the majority of their buses managed and operated from an Alarm Reception Center (ARC).
EMT Buses were already equipped with hardened CPUs to manage intelligent applications integrated in the vehicle including location, fare collection, energy management, audio and information displays, either through the driver’s console or remotely, through the Control Center.