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Wireless Logic attends Eurobus Expo 2016 – Birmingham, 1-3 November

Wireless Logic Group – Europe’s leading M2M/IoT managed services provider, will be attending the premier exhibition for the bus and coach industry – Eurobus Expo 2016, taking place at the NEC, Birmingham UK on 1-3 November. The team will be on stand T135 where there will be live displays of the latest in in-vehicle Wi-Fi solutions, with a particular focus on integrated captive portals. Designed for operators of all sizes, the captive portal forms part of a range of ‘rolled-up’ hardware and connectivity packages enabling users to purchase ‘easy to implement and manage’ passenger Wi-Fi solutions.

Demonstrations will show how organisations can easily build splash pages for company or passenger messaging, deliver site filtering, manage user misuse including the avoidance of ‘billshock’, and provide a professional and seamless browsing experience.

Commenting on the event, Jon-Paul Clarke – Business Development Director for Wireless Logic said: “Eurobus Expo gives us the opportunity to showcase the latest in connected hardware solutions for passenger services. Our proposition is to deliver ready-made solutions that can enable operators to roll-out high-end Wi-Fi services with minimal investment in infrastructure and software platforms. We are looking forward to seeing many transportation customers who are already on board, and meeting new opportunities.”

For more information on the exhibition, visit www.eurobus.com

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