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Global Railway Review Issue 1 2019

Posted: 15 February 2019 | | No comments yet

In this issue we explore Etihad Rail’s ambition to improve rail freight transport across the UAE, the Rail Freight Forward coalition’s aims to increase rail freight modal share and SNCF’s vision of future rolling stock that are connected, driverless and emission-free.

Global Railway Review issue 1 2019

Included in this issue:

  • WELCOME
    Making way for the impact of AI
    Craig Waters, Editor, Global Railway Review
  • EXPERT VIEW
    More to do for rail to prosper in Europe

    Elisabeth Werner, Director for Land Transport (Rail and Road), European Commission DG for Mobility and Transport
  • ROLLING STOCK
    SNCF’s train of the future: Connected, driverless and emission-free 

    Carole Desnost, Head of Innovation and Research, SNCF
  • TRACK MAINTENANCE MACHINERY
    Experiencing first-hand high-capacity, precision and reliability at Plasser & Theurer 

    Tara Nolan, Junior Editor, Global Railway Review
  • FREIGHT
    Etihad Rail: How the UAE’s infrastructural mega-project is connecting the Emirates 
    Shadi Malak, CEO, Etihad Rail
  • ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
    Hype or reality?
    Gayang Ho, Research and Policy, Development Lead, UITP Asia‑Pacific Centre for Transport Excellence (AP CTE)
  • PASSENGER CONNECTIVITY
    Now arriving: The hyper-connected train
    Patrick Lortie and Sebastian Janssen, Oliver Wyman
  • AND MUCH MORE……!

 

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