London conference to focus on Wi-Fi on trains
James was key to the U.K.'s proposed $50 million investment to add free Wi-Fi on trains. James will outline future plans to add wireless connectivity on the rail network.
The conference, put together by consultancy services company BCWS, will focus on the importance of adding wireless connectivity to passenger trains to maintain ridership comfort. Ways to improve and add new services to entice people to use the rail system will also be discussed.
Danish rail authority Banedanmark will also talk about its project to persuade mobile operators and train companies to work together to help achieve better trackside coverage in Denmark.
The conference will be held June 10 and 11 in London.