Onboard Infotainment provider GoMedia has been acquired by Icomera.
The company, owned by ENGIE Solutions, currently provides passenger Wi-Fi for public transport.
Founded in 2015 by former Sky executives Matt Seaman and Roger Matthews, Go Media established itself as the world’s leading provider of onboard infotainment for public transport.
Matt Seaman, CEO of GoMedia said: “Our goal remains to improve the onboard passenger experience – whether it’s sitting down to a movie on an inter-city train or checking the status of your onward journey during the commute home – we’re keeping people entertained and informed. By joining Icomera and the wider ENGIE Solutions group, I am confident we can offer an increased range of solutions to passengers around the world”.
GoMedia will operate as a business unit of Icomera UK and its team of 28 employees continue to work from London.
Wilfrid Petrie, Executive Vice President of ENGIE, in charge of ENGIE Solutions: “ENGIE has identified the digitisation and improvement of passenger information as a vital component of shifting society’s travel habits back towards sustainable forms of transport, developing the transport industry of tomorrow to improve the living environments of users”.
Terms have not been released.