Icomera connects over 5,000 trains and 26,000 buses and coaches worldwide, making us the global leader in mobile Internet connectivity for public transport.

 

We have the reach to operate locally in territories around the globe, working ever closer to our clients as a trusted extension of their organisation.

Offering truly end-to-end solutions “as a service”, we build a team around your team, taking care of everything from planning and design to installation, and continuous support.

Icomera’s vision for green mobility within the public transport industry perfectly complements the wider mission of our parent company, ENGIE Solutions, for a transition to a carbon-neutral world which prevents the threats that climate change poses. Part of the ENGIE group – one of the world’s leading low-carbon energy players – the ENGIE Solutions team apply their expertise in pursuit of three aims: optimising the use of energy and resources, greening energies, and reinventing living and working environments.

History

1999

Icomera AB is founded by four graduates of the Chalmers Institute of Technology, and their pioneering multicellular aggregating technology is patented.

2001

Icomera begins to work with public transport providers, supplying Internet access for high-speed trains.

2003

Icomera deploys a solution for SJ, the state-owned rail operator in Sweden.

2004

Icomera’s first UK installation is completed on GNER, now London North Eastern Railway.

2008

Icomera acquires Moovera, a UK-based connectivity specialist.

2009

The Icomera X6 is launched, which uses technology that can support super-fast Internet and easily accommodate future updates.

2010

The M-Series solution is launched, developed to suit the differing needs of Icomera’s road customers.

2013

Icomera hosts its first annual Partner Summit and launches the Icomera Academy.

March 2014

Icomera launches Icomera US Inc.

September 2014

Siemens Convergence Creators announces five-year framework agreement with Icomera.

December 2014

Icomera France is announced following Icomera’s visit to France, in conjunction with the Swedish State Visit.

February 2015

Icomera named as one of the top 100 companies to work for in Sweden by Karriärföretagen.

June 2015

Icomera unveils The Connected Journey – a revolution in transport powered by a new generation of digital infrastructure.

October 2015

Icomera opens its new UK head office in Chatham, Kent.

January 2016

Icomera joins ITxPT as an Associated Member to establish standards for plug-and-play IT systems for public transport.

April 2016

Icomera awarded Deutsche Bahn ICE connectivity contract.

June 2016

Icomera launches next-generation Passenger Wi-Fi on Amtrak trains.

May 2017

ENGIE Ineo acquires Icomera.

July 2017

Icomera GmbH begins operating in Germany.

February 2018

FlixBus awards Icomera contract to deliver next-generation Wi-Fi and Infotainment to passengers.

September 2018

Icomera achieves ISO 27001 certification – one of the first in its industry to obtain this certification.

November 2018

Icomera Germany GmbH named ‘Best Newcomer’ at the Swedish Enterprise Awards in Germany.

December 2018

Icomera & Prevost partner to deliver all-inclusive Onboard Entertainment packages to coach buyers in North America.

January 2019

Icomera joins research and technology programme to develop mobile communications for helicopters with Airbus Helicopter Deutschland GmbH, Euroavionics GmbH, and VITES GmbH.

January 2019

Arriva Northern partner with Icomera for the launch of the Arriva Digital Train in the UK.

February 2019

Icomera earns the ITxPT label for its multi-modal mobile Internet connectivity platform for public transport vehicles.

May 2019

Icomera reaches 1 billion Passenger Wi-Fi sessions on buses.

June 2019

Trenitalia selects Icomera to deliver powerful and reliable Passenger Wi-Fi technology on its High-Speed Frecciarossa Fleets in Italy.

July 2019

Icomera acquires dg8, a UK-based design and engineering group.

September 2019

Metrolinx selects Icomera to deliver a world-leading Internet connectivity solution across its GO Transit fleet in Ontario, Canada.