As technologies evolve and develop, the potential applications across the rail industry broaden. Tara Nolan, Global Railway Review’s Junior Editor, spoke to Mathias Vanden Auweele, Project Lead at Infrabel, regarding how this is affecting the management of Belgium’s rail infrastructure.
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14 March 2019 | By Jeremy Long - MTR Corporation
MyHeadsapp, MTR Nordic’s new travel app, is providing travellers in Stockholm with personalised travel information and updates. Jeremy Long, CEO European Business at MTR Corporation explains how this technology is helping to improve the end-to-end journey experience for passengers.
With the growing recognition that companies must do more to increase diversity within their workforces, Tara Nolan, Global Railway Review’s Junior Editor, spoke to Nicola Hindle, Managing Director of Amey’s Consulting and Rail Business, to find out what inclusivity initiatives are currently in place at Amey.
12 March 2019 | By Natalie Wilson (Rail Industry Writer)
Brexit has already had profound implications for travellers, rail and otherwise. Natalie Wilson, Rail Industry Writer, details how this is set to continue for months, and how Eurotunnel operations will be affected.
11 March 2019 | By Jose Gonzalez (Galgus)
Jose Gonzalez, co-Founder and CEO of Galgus, considers how today’s rail passengers have come to expect reliable on-board Wi-Fi connectivity during their journey and how CHT software can help to enhance software performance to ultimately result in improved passenger satisfaction.
11 March 2019 | By Stephen Lemon - Transport for NSW
Stephen Lemon, Programme Director, Digital Systems at Transport for NSW, provides an overview of a major programme that aims to develop and deploy state-of-the-art signalling and control systems for Sydney’s rail network.
8 March 2019 | By Kelly Forrest - MTR Crossrail
Developing a recruitment strategy that includes, or focuses on, improving the diversity of a workforce is excellent – in theory. However, words are simple. Putting these strategies into action can be a little more complicated, especially in the rail sector where we are dominated by a white male workforce and,…
To meet increased demand for mobility in Hong Kong and further enhance the customer experience, MTR Corporation is adopting state-of-the-art signalling technology and advanced train control facilities. For Global Railway Review, Adi Lau, Operations Director, and Gordon Lam, Chief Signal Engineer – Operations, explain that the scale and critical importance…
7 March 2019 | By Toufic Machnouk - Network Rail
Toufic Machnouk, Network Rail’s Programme Director for Digital Railway on East Coast Main Line, explains why the route is appointing partners to create a digital railway transformation.
6 March 2019 | By Viswanath Machiraju (Cyient)
Viswanath Machiraju, General Manager and Strategy Head of Cyient’s Transportation Business Unit, explores the trends he believes the rail industry will focus on as 2019 progresses.
6 March 2019 | By Bas Leermakers - OTIF
Reducing noise generated by older, noisy freight wagons is one of the major challenges faced by the railway sector in Europe. As a result of popular protests, the subject has been high on the political agenda in several countries. Even though the technical solution to the problem is relatively simple,…
5 March 2019 | By Dean Dalla Valle (Pacific National)
At a time when Australians want safer roads, less traffic congestion during their daily commute and lower carbon emissions, government policies are largely geared to rolling-out heavier and longer trucks. As CEO of Australia’s largest rail freight company, Pacific National, and Chair of the Freight on Rail Group of Australia…