What makes Icomera the leading provider of wireless connectivity for vehicles?

Icomera works with industry-leading partners to create stable, flexible, smart systems that are simple to install, easy to manage and future-proof.

We offer a range of features, services and applications to give our customers greater control. Transport operators can upgrade, add or remove services as required. This flexibility allows us to deliver a return on investment against a wide range of business cases and also extends the service life of our solutions.

For examples of Icomera solutions please take a look at our case studies. Alternatively, for more information please contact us.

From the blog:

Magnus Svenningson

Congratulations Optix!

February 19th, 2015 by

Icomera’s multimedia partner Optix Solutions Limited is celebrating yet another award win! Earlier this month, Optix won two MOB-EX Awards: the ‘Best Mobile Advertising Platform’ and the ‘Best Production Team’. The MOB-EX Awards celebrate excellence in mobile marketing, with Optix up against stiff competition from 77 other […]

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Stephen Hall

Top Gear talk Wi-Fi

February 17th, 2015 by

Jeremy Clarkson, presenter of the popular UK motoring program Top Gear, is known for his love of cars and disdain for public transport. But last Sunday, he claimed that he thought it would be a shame if coaches were to be removed from motorways after a think […]

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Stephen Hall

Irish Expressway coaches to offer 4G Wi-Fi

February 10th, 2015 by

The coach service Expressway is separating from its parent Bus Eireann in style with a €30 million fleet upgrade. New vehicles will be fully equipped with high quality seats, trays and toilets, as well as three-pin plugs, USB ports and high-speed 4G Wi-Fi, provided by Icomera partners, FleetConnect. The renovation of […]

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Dave Palmer

Northern Rail launches “entertraining” passenger Wi-Fi service

February 3rd, 2015 by

February 3rd 2015 – Northern Rail has launched its new free Wi-Fi service for commuters travelling between Leeds and Bradford. Installed in the latter months of 2014, it will serve the 1.1 million passengers travelling in and out of Leeds each month. The Wi-Fi will be available […]

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