Crossrail is an ambitious project to build an entirely new train system beneath London. It needed a tier one technology partner that would take responsibility for every aspect of its infrastructure, including the management of other IT suppliers.
Transport for London (TfL) wanted to introduce wireless internet access in as many Underground stations as possible in the run up to the London 2012 Games. The logistics of designing and installing infrastructure up to 200ft underground demanded an agile and collaborative strategic partner.
Heathrow Airport invested £2.5bn in a comprehensive rebuilding of its second terminal. It needed a partner that could deliver a high-speed, robust and flexible network that would underpin all of the new terminal’s critical operations.
Qantas is aligning its ICT strategies with the organisation’s broad sustainability charter to reduce its environmental footprint by 10 percent in the ten years to 2020.
Since 2005, Fujitsu has been delivering IT services to the Schiphol Group for its Amsterdam Airport Schiphol site in the form of workstation management, helpdesk support and IT procurement (including IMAC service).
SNCF (Société Nationale des Chemins de Fer) is a French National Railway Company which was formed in 1937 by the merging of the regional networks. Today SNCF is an EPIC (Public Establishment for Industrial and Commercial).
Nearly 300 regularly scheduled busses are on the road for RSVG. To make using the company’s services more comfortable for nearly 30 million passengers annually, as well as improving security, the transport company planned to introduce a computer-supported transport control system.
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