Veniam’Works Set to Expand Citywide WiFi Networks into US Cities

The Portuguese startup Venian’Works is looking to expand its vehicle connecting network to US cities, after receiving the Series A venture capital fund. Venian already established a grid of over 600 buses and taxis in Porto. The technology allows buses to be connected to a wireless network shared by all vehicles and to Porto Digital’s optical fibre network.

Veniam’Works is a spin-off company of the Instituto de Telecomunicações and the Universities of Aveiro and Porto, created by João Barros, former Director of the CMU-Portugal programme and Susana Sargento, faculty of the University of Aveiro.

Read the full article at FCT’s website (March 17, 2015), Tech Times (March 18, 2015) and I Like This Portugal (March 01, 2015)