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Global Railway Review Issue 5 2021

Posted: 20 October 2021 | | No comments yet

Packed full of exclusive content, including: a Roundtable discussion on Decarbonising Rail; an In-Depth Focus to explore FRMCS; the impact of COVID-19 on Indonesia’s rail industry; establishing cyber-security for next generation rail mobility; and much more!

  • INDONESIA

The impact of COVID-19 on Indonesia’s transportation industry

Erni Basri, Head of the Railway Engineering Centre for the Western Part of Java Island Indonesia, and Directorate General of Railway and Ministry of Transportation Indonesia

  • DIGITALISATION

A smarter edge: Bringing more capable compute to railway digitalisation

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  • EVENT REVIEW

Global Railway Review’s Digital Rail Revolution 2021

  • CYBER-SECURITY

Securing Europe’s railways: Establishing cyber-security for next generation mobility

Marta Garcia, Technical Affairs Manager, UNIFE

  • DIGITALISATION

BYD and Huawei: Creating intelligent rail transportation O&M

BYD Signal & Communication Company Limited

  • IN-DEPTH FOCUS: FUTURE RAILWAY MOBILE COMMUNICATION SYSTEM (FRMCS)

With articles from: Markku Voutilainen, Senior Inspector Project Manager, FTIA; Nicholas Shrimpton, Technical Affairs Manager, UNIFE; Axel Schuppe, General Manager, VDB; Keir Fitch, Head of Unit Rail Safety & Interoperability in DG MOVE, European Commission.

  • ROUNDTABLE: DECARBONISING RAIL

With participation from: Mark Gaynor, Head of Railway Strategy, Rail Delivery Group (RDG),Vibeke Hodne, Head of the Energy Department, Bane NOR; Ian Jefferies, President & CEO, Association of American Railroads (AAR); Jonathan Sánchez García, Head of Area of Environmental Sustainability and Fight Against Climate Change Area, Adif; Bill Reeve, Director of Rail, Transport Scotland; Tim Wood, Northern Powerhouse Rail (NPR) Director, Transport for the North.

  • PLUS MUCH MORE!

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