This issue explores some of the bigger next-steps for the industry, including Digital Automatic Coupling; the importance of broadening career horizons for women and the younger generation within the industry and the significance of fleet upgrades.
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Interlocking innovators, STI and Castell, are joining forces with fellow UK rail safety specialist, Zonegreen, to deliver integrated solutions to the risks associated with maintenance depots.
Huawei ’s TFDS Solution: Transforming Train Operations with AI-driven Fault Identification Technology
17 August 2023 | By
The railway industry faces significant challenges when it comes to the identification of train faults. Until recently, inspectors would have to view thousands of images taken by Train Freight Detection Systems (TFDS) to identify faults. Now, artificial intelligence is set to revolutionize the fault identification process, drastically reducing manual oversight…
Global Railway Review’s new editor, Elizabeth Jordan, spoke to Rennie Chadwick, Director of Transportation at Cohesive about the importance of adopting data-driven decision-making and what it could mean for the rail industry.
In the summer of 2024, more than 9.7 million spectators and 10,000 athletes will be commuting throughout France for the 2024 Paris Olympic Games. With this in mind, every aspect of the nation’s rail infrastructure has to run optimally in order to provide fast and reliable station-to-station service for the…
Global Railway Review spoke with Ed Akers, Network Rail’s Principal Programme Sponsor for ECDP, Oly Turner, GTR’s Head of ERTMS and Ben Lane, Siemens Mobility’s Project Director, ECDP, to discuss the significance of the Thameslink Class 700 fleet upgrade, and how it fits within a wider digital transformation.
20 July 2023 | By
As part of Global Railway Review’s 'Access For All' series, Emilie Spiegelhauer, Management Assistant & Business Partner at the Danish national railway company, DSB, explains their overarching goal when it comes to accessibility and passenger comfort.
Olivier Loison, Managing Director for Alstom India, discusses the collaborative relationship between Alstom and Indian Railways, and explores how this led to the milestone delivery of the 300th WAG 12B electric locomotive.
Andrés de León, CEO of HyperloopTT, spoke with Global Railway Review about the development of hyperloop technology around the world and the latest projects that HyperloopTT have been working on.
For Global Railway Review’s ‘Access For All’ interview series, Matthew Wilson, Travel Integration and Accessibility Manager at Northern, explains the importance of accessibility for Northern, detailing the ways that Northern try to improve the passenger experience.
Ronald van Loon, CEO & Principal Analyst at Intelligent World, explains how next generation technologies are forming the future of rail, following a visit to the East-West Gate intermodal terminal.
In this exclusive interview with Global Railway Review, Jules Arlaud, Project Director at Balfour Beatty VINCI, discusses the latest tunnel boring machine (TBM) breakthrough underneath Long Itchington Wood and what it means for the HS2 project.
At a time when public transport faces mounting challenges, ranging from environmental impact to the changes of a post-covid world and the importance of updated data-driven decisions, Snapper Services UK Limited’s director of business development, Jon Salmon, explains in this Q&A for Global Railway Review the issues operators are facing…
In this exclusive article for Global Railway Review, Zachary Cocker, Sponsor at Network Rail, discusses the brand new ‘Beacon’ bridge which is set to transform passenger accessibility at a West Yorkshire rail station.
Moderated by Allan Spence, Chair of the UIC Global Level Crossing Network (GLCN) and Isabelle Fonverne, Senior Advisor, Safety and Interoperability, UIC, participants from SNCF, Network Rail, Trafikverket and more, discuss their views on safety around level crossings.