On-Board Connectivity Market: Industry Analysis And Detailed Profiles Of Top Industry Players

Wireless Fidelity (Wi-Fi) connection and telecommunication services have become a trend in ground and air connectivity applications across different transportation systems. On-board connectivity refers to providing the internet connectivity in a ship, aircraft, railways or any other transportation system. On board connectivity services offers wireless internet access, group internet packages, mobile phone internet access and data sharing services. These services enable mobile devices to send and receive short message and multi-media message. .h..
The satellite operators such as Inmarsat Plc provide on-board connectivity services by using satellite data unit or satellite transceiver-modem. The services are delivered to the user by using L-band frequencies around 1500 MHz which is ideal to provide the connectivity services.. Satellites receives signal from ground stations where the data is linked to the relevant public service telephone network (PSTN). A telecommunication provider links the data into the public network and enables the services to be offered to cell phone or any other device.

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With the increasing number of aircraft passengers the demand for connectivity amongst passengers is rising which in turn is driving the demand for on-board connectivity market. On-board connectivity services offers fast speed broadband services that delivers fast data rate.. Additionally, technological advancement in the wireless industry such as introduction of internet technologies including 4G and long term evolution (LTE) is further contributing to the market growth of on-board connectivity services.. However, limited bandwidth availability along with the high deployment cost of providing on-board connectivity is affecting the market growth. Moreover, shift towards hybrid systems that offer IPTV \\ and uncertainty over consumer’s acceptance due to high cost of the services is posing a challenge for the market.

On-board connectivity offers several applications such as passenger information system, internet on board, digital advertising, web-browsing, video conferencing, voice over internet protocol (VoIP), on-board entertainment and high speed internet connectivity during travelling. On-board connectivity market can be segmented on the basis of types of connectivity on different transportation system and applications.
Different types of transportation system include in-flight connectivity on commercial airlines, connectivity on-board cruise ships and connectivity on-board trains. On-board connectivity has widespread applications across various transportation systems. In railway system, on-board connectivity is used in high-speed trains, metros and subway rail system, trams and freight railroads.  Different types of technologies used to provide on-board connectivity includes long term evolution (LTE), wireless fidelity (Wi-Fi), 3G, high speed packet access (HSPA), wireless interoperability for microwave access (WIMAX) and 2G, among others.

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Airbus SAS was the first market player to provide on-board connectivity services in airways transportation system. Some of the key players in on-board connectivity market include Alcatel-Lucent S.A, Airbus SAS, AT&T Inc., Gogo LLC, Row 44 Inc., Deutsche Telekom, Digital Yacht Ltd., Honeywell International Inc., Huawei Technologies Ltd., Qualcomm Inc., ZTE Corporation, ViaSat Inc., Inmarsat Plc, Intelsat S.A, Eutelsat S.A., Panasonic Corporation, Asia Satellite Telecommunications Co. Ltd., O3B Networks Ltd. and Bombardier Aerospace among others. Several solutions offered by different industry players include Panasonic Avionics, Row 44, ViaSat Excede, Gogo and OnAir among others.