Passengers Enjoy fast WIFI Internet in Dubai big-Bus with Howen Router
According to a market research report from a renowned research and consulting firm, 83 percent of the bus passengers in Dubai use smartphones. In Dubai's large and medium-sized cities, Today, people tend to spend their leisure time by using their mobile smart terminals instead of TVs and even Personal Computers (PCs). Faced with new changes in marketing channels, vehicle Wireless business with advertisement has became one of increasing value-added service for operator, transportation company , system integrator ect.
Dubai is a wonderfully diverse city and the Big Bus Double Decker Sightseeing Tour is the perfect way to sample its delights and find your bearings. On board, enjoy splendid views of the city as the informative commentary tells you about all the famous sites, modern architectural wonders and history of the region. What’s more , the free WIFI Internet service would be very convenient for Travelers to share real time picture, video on facebook, whatsapp, ect.
With careful analysis of market’s requirement, Howen proposed its vehicle WIFI Solution;
l In-Vehicle Terminal devices must deliver 3G to WIFI access for a large number of users, allowing passengers to access the internet easily;
l In-vehicle terminal devices must meet industrial-grade international standards, such as a wide working temperature range, water- and dust-proof, anti-shock, and anti-vibration, for outdoor devices.
Nowadays, the mobile Internet has become an inevitable trend. From the perspective of changes in people's social life, there are increasingly huge demands for mobile applications on smart terminals and particularly mobile access scenarios. For example, coach passengers require more multimedia entertainment content which can be accessed through in-vehicle Wi-Fi network access. Emergency rescue vehicles require live broadcasting and onsite commanding functions. Dangerous goods transport vehicles require real-time monitoring of a vehicle's geographical location and status. Ambulances require telemedicine for emergency patients. In another example, trucks in the future smart logistics industry require real-time information about the status, quantity, and classification of goods through communications and computing integration technologies.