The Transportation industry gets to realize that building critical network infrastructure will help manage and monitor widespread transport systems, and keep passengers and freight moving on schedule with efficiency and safety. Since deploying miles of Ethernet cable to every vehicles is hardly viable, wireless connectivity is essential for operating transportation fleets. For now the cellular connection should be the most suitable choice for Internet connectivity to public transportation. However, cellular network does not provide guaranteed bandwidth; besides, its bandwidth fluctuates frequently and enormously. The availability varies from one cell tower to the next depending on the number of devices connected, and the Internet backhaul of the cell tower. The accessibility offered by mobile providers also varies with coverage area.


The Q-Balancer In-vehicle router is incorporated with up to four SIM slots, Wi-Fi access, link resiliency, bandwidth aggregation, and advanced network security mechanisms. Its ruggedized hardware design allows the Q-Balancer In-vehicle appliance being highly protected against vibrations, shock, dust, and wide temperature operating range.

With Q-Balancer In-vehicle router deployed on board, passengers enjoy resilient and accelerated Internet access. Staffs and passengers on public transportation and applications like in-vehicle surveillance, ticket system, video surveillance, and up-to-the-minute news, weather, and traffic conditions can also share or be assigned enough bandwidth.

Unbreakable Mobile Connectivity – Vehicles still stay connected in the event of link failure by utilizing multiple 4G carriers services.

Optimize Safety & Security- Monitor vehicle locations and utilization worldwide.

Gain Real-Time Diagnostics- Fleet vehicles can be equipped with GPS devices to log routes and time spent at various locations. Vehicle mileage and other activities can also be logged then transmitted wirelessly to the fleet management.