Ahead of InnoTrans 2022, Global Railway Review asked Carlo Borghini of EU-Rail what he is expecting from this year's event.
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Nick Rodney, Senior Engineering Curriculum Leader for the National College for Advanced Transport and Infrastructure, talks to Global Railway Review about the opportunities which the digital railway will offer the industry and how upskilling the workforce effectively is the key to success.
In Global Railway Review Issue 04 2022, Dimitri van Zantvliet, Chief Information Security Officer and Joseph Mager, Deputy Chief Information Security Officer at NS (Dutch Railways), explored how the rail sector can maintain resilience in an evolving cyber threat landscape.
Ahead of InnoTrans 2022, Global Railway Review asked Caroline Wilkie, CEO of the Australasian Railway Association (ARA), what she is expecting from this year's event.
Karsten Oberle, Head of Rail at Nokia, and Pierre Cotelle, Telecom Networks Solution Director at Alstom, share details about the progression of implementing future rail communications, and outline some industry use-cases including from India and Germany.
In Global Railway Review Issue 4 2022, Wayne Rogers, Chairman and CEO of the Northeast Maglev, explains the importance of bringing high-speed travel to the United States through the SCMAGLEV train and explores the possibilities that this innovative technology offers passengers and the planet.
Anisha Pandeya and Raman Arora from the Centre for Railway Information Systems (CRIS) – an IT arm of India’s Ministry of Railways – explain how Indian Railways is set to revolutionise the way it delivers communication to its passengers thanks to a centralised display control system.
Paul van Trigt, CEO of Aero-X AG, the master distributor of Stat-X aerosol fire suppression in Europe, explains how new technologies are creating new challenges for fire detection in the rail sector and how Aero-X intends to meet these issues.
In this event preview of InnoTrans 2022, we showcase what the trade fair has is in store for attendees this year, as well as some Company Profiles from organisations that will exhibiting at the event.
Moderated by Judit Sandor, Programme Manager at Europe’s Rail Joint Undertaking, participants of this Roundtable explore how to improve passenger satisfaction post-pandemic, the role of Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS), and the importance of on-board comfort and transforming train stations.
Ahead of moderating Global Railway Review’s upcoming Roundtable feature, Clément Gautier, Project Manager at the UIC, explores our understanding of precisely what a railway station is, and more importantly he details what this means for the station of 2022 and the future it will need to serve.
To transform railways for passengers and freight operators, the deployment of modern signalling, communications and train control technologies is crucial in order to increase capacity, reduce delays, enhance safety, and drive down costs. The authors in this In-Depth focus explore the developments in ERTMS/ETCS/GSM-R, and the potential that FRMCS offers…
The railway is always developing, and any organisation connected with it has to keep up with that evolution, as well as maintain its own standards. Eurotunnel's Director, Infrastructure, Daniel Hughes shares why the organisation chose to become an affiliate of the Rail Safety & Standards Board (RSSB).
Adina Vălean, the European Commissioner for Transport, explores the current plans in place for rail in Europe to attract passengers and reach sustainability targets, as well as what can be done for European rail to reveal it’s full potential.
With the need to decarbonise the transportation sector greater than ever before, rail freight has a crucial role to play in meeting sustainability targets. The authors in this In-Depth Focus explore how technology can be used during freight operations to eliminate carbon emissions while still meeting commitments to customers and…