Nomad Internet Launches Work Trailer Connectivity Solutions for Transportation Industry

There’s good news for the transportation industry, thanks to the recent launch of a wireless internet specifically designed to service the service the sector. The work trailer connectivity solutions offered by Nomad Internet, a provider of high-speed internet access for rural communities, is designed to replace primary internet service for transportation workers and allow them to access business-grade connection speeds no matter where they work.

By providing a consistent and reliable Wi-Fi access, Nomad Internet’s work trailer connectivity solutions will allow help the industry improve everyday efficiencies, respond to emergencies and last-minute happenings more rapidly, and keep workers better protected while on the move.

Designed with mobile and temporary worksites in mind, the new service will allow the industry to create new workflow patterns and prevent the slowdowns that come from bad or unreliable internet access, according to Jessica Garza, chief operation officer of Nomad Internet.

“Our work trailer connectivity solutions benefit the transportation sector at every single level, from the workers at far-flung job sites to long-haul and over-the-road drivers who are out in the field,” she said. “Our goal with this service is to finally bring a blazing fast solution to an industry that has underserved by years. The way that work happens these days, everyone needs access to internet 24 hours a day, seven days a week, no matter where they are. We set about to make that happen and do it in a way that won’t break the bank.”

Nomad Internet’s move into the transportation market follows recent trends showing that the mobile satellite services market is expanding at high speed. The total market is expected to reach more than $4.4 billion by 2025, according to a report by MarketsandMarkets.

The benefits will also ripple outward.

Because so much of the modern economy depends on the transportation industry, increasing its efficiency will pass along benefits to many other sectors of the American economy. Not only will the supply chain become more agile, allowing workers to better predict and respond to hiccups and shortages.

Mobile worksites have long been a boondoggle for companies to manage. Their remote distance often means dealing with service blackouts, which means that work happens at a slower and, sometimes, unpredictable pace. That can lead to larger problems, such as missed deadlines, blown budgets, and costly miscommunications.

But with a reliable, high-speed connection, businesses can prevent many of those issues from bubbling up, Jessica Garza said.

“There are times when even a small interruption in communication or data translates into a colossal waste of time down the road, and that’s what we’re helping our transportation folks avoid,” she said. “There’s no sense in paying for the internet if your service is going to spotty. You’re missing one of its most vital benefits. We put a lot of work into our wireless mesh technology and satellites so that we can deliver absolutely the best product out there in terms of rural connectivity. It’s fast. It’s reliable. And it’s priced right. You can’t beat that.”

The new work trailer connectivity solutions are available now from Nomad Internet.

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