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Issue #6 2017 – Digital version

Posted: 10 November 2017 | | No comments yet

Issue 6 of Global Railway Review includes articles on the digitalisation of the rail industry, innovation on the London Overground and the funding of railway infrastructure.

Global Railway Review issue 6 2017

Included in this month’s edition:

  • LEADERS’ SERIES: Keeping rail together and on the right track
    Jean-Pierre Loubinoux, Director-General, UIC
  • INFRASTRUCTURE: Rail Baltica: Making a real difference to the region
    Baiba Rubesa, CEO, RB Rail AS
  • THE PASSENGER: Innovation is the future for the London Overground
    Matt Bromley, Innovation & Business Excellence Manager, Arriva Rail London
  • IN-DEPTH FOCUS: Rolling stock developments
  • SAFETY: Melbourne’s huge level crossing removal project: saving lives and improving journeys
    Kevin Devlin, CEO, LXRA
  • TRACK MAINTENANCE: Harsco Rail advances technology in track maintenance and repair
    Chris Larsen, Product Manager, Harsco Rail
  • SUSTAINABILITY: From energy management to power management
    Raimund Feldmann and Andreas Fuchs, Swiss Federal Railways (SBB)
  • IN-DEPTH FOCUS: Digitalisation
  • NOISE & VIBRATIONS: Influence of rail and wheel roughness on rolling noise: Measurements and analysis
    Jesús Otero Yugat, Field Test Engineer, CETEST

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