Moment rolls out content offering for TGV INOUI
Moment is launching an entertainment offer on the TGV INOUI portal. This service allows passengers of the high-speed train that operates in France and beyond to access films, press, podcasts and more through the onboard portal.
"With the launch of this onboard streaming service, TGV INOUI wishes to provide its customers with a rich and varied range of content," reads the October 6 press release from Moment.
The content is available free of charge and has options for children and adults. Business Première passengers have access to a digital press kiosk with more than 40 titles including Le Monde, Le Figaro, or L’Équipe.
The program is part of TGV INOUI’s approach to always be as close as possible to the needs of its travelers and their digital uses. The service represents a new level for onboard comfort and improved passenger satisfaction.
The technology from Moment allows TGV INOUI passengers to easily view the media offered as soon as they connect to the portal. Passenger can connect to the onboard Wi-Fi from any capable personal electronic device. Stored on onboard servers, the content is accessible with a limited internet connection. Many features have been developed to provide a reading experience adapted to mobile devices (optimized loading times, mini-players, dark mode). It is not required to download an application, the TGV INOUI portal can be accessed in a web browser when connected to onboard Wi-Fi. The offer is available on any TGV INOUI Wi-Fi-equipped trains, depending on the coverage of the operators.
"We are very happy to distribute our services in the rail sector and to have been chosen by TGV INOUI for this project (as part of a tender offer) around the experience aboard the emblematic TGVs," said Yves Laffiché, Commercial Director at Moment. "It is crucial to bring, and even more so at this time, new marks of attention to travelers. With this collaboration, we support TGV INOUI travelers by providing them with a unique experience, combining relaxation and information."