The company offers a stable and quality LAN and Wifi connection to more than twenty Baleària ships
The “Eleanor Roosevelt Fast Ferry”, with a capacity of 1,200 passengers, has, among other things, digital boarding services and remote monitoring of pets.
Eurona, the Spanish multinational telecommunications company expert in on-board connectivity solutions and services, has extended its alliance with shipping company Baleària to offer Ka-band satellite internet connection to the company’s ninth intelligent vessel, the Eleanor Roosevelt, a the company’s enduring flagship. as the world’s first high-speed ferry to run on natural gas.
Eurona has deployed its expertise in mobility connectivity and made the Ka-band satellite available to this new Baleària vessel, an innovative range of frequencies used in satellite communications that offers a high quality of connection, capable of bringing the Internet to life. continuous and uneventful at the scene. without terrestrial telecommunications infrastructure.
In addition, the relevant cybersecurity measures have been incorporated to ensure the protection of the digital services provided to the crew and passengers of this fast ferry, improving their travel experience from start to finish.
It is precisely this “customer experience” philosophy that has led Baleària to integrate new digital services on board in recent years that Eurona and its Ka-band technology have made possible. This is the case with digital boarding via QR codes, payments by mobile phone or the live video surveillance system for animals via mobile phone.
A long-standing relationship
With the connection of this new fast ferry, Eurona expands its LAN and Wifi deployment and operation services in the Mediterranean and Atlantic, counting more than twenty connected vessels from Baleària from a fleet of 29 vessels in 6 country.
In addition, with this new operation, the company also strengthens its strategic B2B business area in the maritime sector, a niche in which it is already connecting with satellite technology in addition to passenger ferries, merchant ships, yachts, fishing boats or rescue vessels.
The relationship between Eurona and Baleària dates back to the beginning of 2017, when it connected the first ships of the shipping company. Since then, and until now, “teleco” has improved and broadened its value proposition, adapting to the innovation of the satellite market and to new digital needs that optimize the user experience and provide a competitive advantage to customers. the shipping company.
According to Fernando Ojeda, CEO of Eurona, “With this latest generation technology, we are addressing one of the main problems in providing these services at sea: their high cost and limited bandwidth. streaming content has been a challenge but also a major breakthrough.
Global Satellite Technologies is the subsidiary of the Eurona group, an expert in connectivity solutions and services with more than 15 years of experience. It has a network of 150 professionals and more than 40,000 clients in Europe, Africa and Latin America to whom it offers connectivity with global reach, whether in remote areas, public spaces, urban areas, land , maritime or even air. It is currently supported by its main shareholder, the American fund Magnetar Capital, and is one of the top ten telecommunications operators in Spain with a turnover of more than 30 million euros. For more information: www.eurona.es
Baleària is an expert in the transport of passengers, vehicles and goods on the connections with the Balearic Islands, in addition to being the only shipping company with inter-island routes on the four islands of the archipelago. The company also operates in the autonomous cities of Ceuta and Melilla and connects the Canary Islands to the mainland. Internationally, it offers services in North Africa and links the United States to the Bahamas. The Baleària group has a stable workforce of over 1,500 people, who work in the 6 countries where it operates and on its 29 ships.
Baleària’s commitment to clean energy meets criteria of social responsibility and economic profitability. Thus, the shipping company, a pioneer in the use of natural gas, is working to achieve the goal of zero emissions through renewable energy projects, such as hydrogen and renewable gas. The shipping company has invested 380 million euros in a fleet of nine ferries using natural gas, a fuel that reduces air emissions. Baleària defines itself as a responsible corporate citizen, involved in the social and economic development of the territories it links and in the well-being of their inhabitants.
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