Hansen Chan, IP Product Marketing Manager at Nokia, talks to Global Railway Review, about the role of communications networks within a digital rail system.
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Hansen Chan, IP Product Marketing for Industries, Nokia, explains why FRMCS is crucial for the digitalisation of rail and why communication infrastructure is the digital foundation that interconnects every component of a railway system.
Hansen Chan, IP Product Marketing for Industries, Nokia, discusses the advent of digital stations and details how the Nokia digital station network blueprint can help operators overcome the network challenges that they are currently facing.
Michael Kloecker, Head of Solutions Management Railways at Nokia speaks with Global Railway Review’s Editor, Craig Waters, about the benefits, challenges and next steps for mission-critical communications in the railway industry.
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.
A new, more efficient digital railway is now possible, fuelled by breakthroughs in automation and analytics, but the most valuable innovations can’t run on today’s connectivity. They need private LTE and 5G, the networks that power Industry 4.0. Fai Lam, Head of Transportation Marketing at Nokia, explains more.
Nokia and Digitale Schiene Deutschland have analysed various architectural options and features available in 5G and their suitability for new use-cases in railway operations. Read this whitepaper for more information.
Many backbone communication networks fall short on multiple fronts for FRMCS transport. This whitepaper identifies the gaps and articulates how to meet new requirements.
Karsten Oberle, Head of Rail at Nokia, explains why reliability is fundamental to the latest communications solutions in keeping pace with rail safety and security demands.
Craig Waters, Editor of Global Railway Review, speaks with Emanuele Di Liberto, Head of the Global Rail Business Centre at Nokia, about train-to-ground communications for rail networks and how the solutions available can accelerate rail digital transformation and get more passengers to choose to travel by rail.
In this interview with Global Railway Review, Karsten Oberle, Head of Rail at Nokia, explains how FRMCS will be a key enabler for digital railways, the benefits that it will bring and the use of 5G being the foundational technology to support its success.