Issue #5 2017 – Digital version

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Issue 5 of Global Railway Review features articles on the Internet of Things in the railway industry, infrastructure investment in South America, the development of high-speed rail in California, and much more…

Global Railway Review issue 5 2017 magazine

Included in this month’s edition:

  • LEADERS’ SERIES: Railway complexity overcome by IoT and big data analytics
    Diego Galar, Professor of Condition Monitoring, Division of Operation and Maintenance Engineering, Luleå University of Technology
  • ROLLING STOCK: The long-term plan for Norway’s rolling stock
    Øystein Risan, CEO and Linda Marie Venbakken, CFO, Norske tog AS
  • REGULATIONS & LEGISLATIONS: Closing an information gap in European rail: the Safety Alert IT Tool
    Philip Siomka, Safety Unit, European Union Agency for Railways
    Railway systems around the world rely on innovative and cost-efficient track maintenance techniques to ensure high levels of operational performance. Although machinery requirements and regulations have evolved, the end goal has always been to ensure safe and reliable rail infrastructure…
  • INFRASTRUCTURE: Pent-up demand and stable perspective can leverage South American rail growth
    Guilherme Quintella, Chairman, UIC Latin America
  • THE PASSENGER: Technology is the key to unlocking cross-border rail travel in Europe
    Klaus Kreher, Head of Carrier Development, Trainline
  • DIGITALISATION: Towards seamless connectivity
    Stefan Wegele and Martin Karlsson, In2Rail colleagues
    Advances to rail signalling and train control systems will ultimately make international rail passenger and freight transportation more competitive and attractive. But implementing strategies and understanding new digital solutions must be addressed before improvements can be realised…
  • HIGH-SPEED: California high-speed rail: Building the future
    Scott Jarvis, Chief Engineer, California High-Speed Rail Authority

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