Issue #4 2017 – Digital version

Posted: 27 July 2017 | | No comments yet

The first ever issue of Global Railway Review features exclusive articles on Digitalisation, Rolling Stock, High-Speed, Timetabling, Signalling & Telecommunications,Infrastructure, Bogies & Wheelsets, and much more…

Global Railway Review - Issue 4 2017 - Inside spread
  • FOREWORD: Investments secure the future of railways
    Jörg Leichtfried, Federal Minister for Transport, Innovation and Technology, Austria
  • LEADERS’ SERIES: Responding to innovation for future success
    Philippe Citroën, Director General, UNIFE
  • DIGITALISATION: Big data in railway operations and maintenance
    Professors Diego Galar, Uday Kumar and Ramin Karim, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
  • DIGITALISATION: Condition Based Maintenance for Japan’s railways
    Kenzo Fujita, Senior Advisor, UIC and Secondee, JR East
  • ROLLING STOCK: First FLIRT4s – brought to you by BLS
    Edgar Schenk, Rolling Stock Project Manager, BLS
  • ROLLING STOCK: Door testing under arctic conditions
    Gabriel Haller, Technical Director & Executive Manager, Rail Tec Arsenal
  • HIGH-SPEED:  KTX – South Korea’s high-speed network goes from strength to strength
    Juhyung Lee, Senior Advisor, UIC and Secondee, Korail
  • TIMETABLING: Automatic timetable conflict resolution with genetic algorithms
    Jürg Balsiger, Head of Information Technology (Infrastructure Division) and Dirk Abels, Head of ‘Platform of Research and Innovation’ (Infrastructure Division) Swiss Federal Railways (SBB)
  • SIGNALLING & TELECOMMUNICATIONS: New horizons for train location and signalling
    Giuseppe Fazio, Mauro Giaconi, Salvatore Vetruccio, Matteo Telesca and Alessandro Giuliani, Italian rail community colleagues
    With greater numbers of people choosing to travel by rail than ever before, the complex infrastructure that allows them to get from a to b must perform efficiently and safely. Consequently, developing networks, allocating capacity, constructing new high-speed lines and moving towards predictive maintenance are all crucial pieces of the puzzle…
    As the railway sector moves forward with digitalisation, there is a greater need than ever to utilise innovative solutions to help improve the lifecycle of bogies and wheelsets by monitoring their performance in real-time. The result will be more reliable, durable and eco-friendly bogies and wheelsets…

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