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:

Peter Kingsland

High-speed trains meet high-speed Wi-Fi: Icomera wins Thalys contract

December 18th, 2014 by

December 18th 2014 – High-speed rail operator Thalys has selected mobile Internet connectivity experts Icomera to operate its Wi-Fi service. Icomera will install its system across the 26 8-car Thalys train sets, with the first upgraded train going into service in the last quarter of 2015. The […]

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Dave Palmer

Transport for Edinburgh: One Year On

December 18th, 2014 by

December 18th – Transport for Edinburgh, Edinburgh’s integrated transport group, is one year old today. Launched on 18th December 2013, it brings together Lothian Buses, Edinburgh Trams and Edinburgh Bus Tours with the vision of providing a seamless and high quality transport choice for residents and visitors. […]

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Thomas Roberts

Icomera commits to France

December 17th, 2014 by

December 17th 2014 – Following a successful week in Paris earlier this month as part of the business delegation in conjunction with the Swedish State Visit to France, Icomera has announced plans to launch a new subsidiary, Icomera France. The three day event, running from December 2-4, […]

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Peter Kingsland

Free Wi-Fi to be switched on in Greater Manchester’s Metrolink trams

December 15th, 2014 by

Metrolink customers will be able to make a new kind of connection in future as part of a £1.7 million deal to roll out free Wi-Fi on every tram. By spring next year all 94 trams will have the technology on board, as well as the 20 […]

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