The industry is in flux, but the message is clear: companies believe wireless
charging is the future.
The results also indicate that fliers believe wireless
connectivity should always be a part of the in-flight experience, and it may even be viewed as a necessity:
"We believe wireless
is the key for guests today, because that essentially is adding value to what you are selling as a product.
Moreover, nearly one-third of operators surveyed believe wireless
POS terminals help serve guests more quickly and 62% state a wireless handheld POS increases guest satisfaction.
With the development of technology, we believe wireless
handheld device can share learner's extraneous cognitive load.
In the next five years, 53 percent of survey respondents believe wireless
ordering and reservation technologies will provide the greatest impact on the hospitality industry.
I believe wireless
provision of internet access, can make an important contribution to bridging this digital divide.
There's every reason to believe wireless
and many other new and convenient transaction methods will take root in the United States, Chile, and elsewhere."
Although many in the industry believe wireless
technology will take off once it has found its 'killer application' - similar to mobile phones and SMS - Bailey Telecom believes the only true inhibitor is the current widely held misconception that it is inherently insecure.
Sixty-one percent think customers believe wireless
controls are too expensive; 40 percent say that customers don't think they need wireless controls.
Even if we get training space, however, we believe wireless
will remain a part of our BI program.
Companies like DoCoMo believe wireless
will revolutionize the distribution of entertainment in a much more radical way than has even been attempted on the Web.