Packed full of exclusive content, including: the traction power supply of the Wendlingen–Ulm high-speed rail line; what passengers in the UK want from their journeys; Roundtable on Digital Automatic Coupling; Track Technologies and Alternative Fuels In-Depth Focuses; and much more!
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For Global Railway Review, Professional Engineers Giandomenico Cassano and Mauro Cassano explain how a newly developed train derailment detection system (TD2S) can reduce the damage caused by rolling stock derailments.
In this interview for Global Railway Review, Norman Frisch, Marketing Director, Enterprise Business Group and Transport Sector at Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd, explains how Wi-Fi 6 technology enables large-bandwidth real-time wireless train-to-ground backhaul for rail transit vehicles.
With state-of-the-art superconducting maglev technology looking increasingly likely to come to the U.S., Wayne Rogers, Chairman and CEO of Baltimore Washington Rapid Rail (BWRR), explains how this revolutionary technology offers the chance to raise rail safety standards throughout North America.
Connected vehicles are becoming commonplace on the road and are increasingly moving towards more automation. In 2017, the SNCF Innovation and Research Department developed a project to transform level crossings into a crossroads connected with road vehicles. Building upon the results of this project, SNCF started a new challenge in…
Construction General Director and Managing Director of Adif Alta Velocidad, Juan Pablo Villanueva, explains the unique challenges posed by the Madrid–Galicia high-speed rail line and the benefits that the route offers to the two cities and the environment.
For Global Railway Review, David J. Murray-Smith, Honorary Senior Research Fellow and Emeritus Professor at the James Watt School of Engineering for the University of Glasgow, details the flaws in current simulation models for hybrid trains and explores how they can be corrected.
With digital transformations playing an ever-increasing role in improving business operations and public services, Huawei explain how their FTTM solution can play a vital part in fostering digital transformations throughout the rail industry.
In support of National Careers Week, Tina Towner, Rail Enforcement Officer at Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR), explains the role of a Rail Enforcement Officer and details why the role is more important now than ever before.
Karsten Oberle, Head of Rail at Nokia, explores the futuristic implications that increasing automation in the rail industry can offer and explains what benefits rail operators can expect by fully embracing automation.
In support of National Careers Week, Tim Wells, Operations Simulator Manager at Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR), explains the vital role that training simulation programmes have in establishing confidence for both newer and experienced drivers, as well as the impact these simulations have in creating a safer, happier work environment.
In support of National Careers Week, Sophie Court, Accessibility Improvement Manager at Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR), explains her role and how she helps play a part in GTR’s mission to improve the level of service for passengers requiring extra assistance when travelling.
In this interview for Global Railway Review, Aaron Whittemore, Director of Product and Strategy at Humatics, delves into the benefits that ultra-wideband technology can offer railways and what the industry can gain from deploying Humatics’ systems.
Sachinder Mohan Sharma, Group General Manager/Mechanical at the Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India Limited (DFCCIL), examines how smaller sized freight containers can optimise loading times and logistic costs for train operations throughout India.
Andrea Giuricin, Transport Economist for University of Milan Bicocca, explores the development of open access competition in high-speed rail throughout Europe and how it has impacted the market.