Thomas Böhm, Chief Data Scientist at KONUX, believes that IoT technologies and AI software have the potential to make life a lot easier for rail infrastructure managers and he explains how KONUX plans to be part of the digital evolution of rail.
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The rail industry is harnessing innovative digital solutions that can benefit the railway sector. A world in which trains are never late and rail travel is cheaper, safer and more efficient is on the horizon thanks to radical innovation and technology that has marked the next stage of rail’s digital revolution.
What are the trends and challenges in rail digitalisation and how is the industry moving forward to embrace and adopt solutions?
Women Inspiring Rail: Q&A with Tanis Peterson, Senior Director of Operations and Regulatory Affairs, Railway Association of Canada (RAC)
For our next Women Inspiring Rail instalment, Tanis Peterson, Senior Director of Operations and Regulatory Affairs at the Railway Association of Canada (RAC), talks about her fascination with the application of new technologies in the railway industry and how she hopes more females will recognise rail as an exciting career…
Chris Bruce, Managing Director of GlobalReach Technology looks at solutions to solve rail Wi-Fi problems which can lead to improving the experience for both passengers and train operators.
Queues in stations could be a thing of the past with new smart ticketing technology which detects an app on individuals smart phones and charges them automatically.
A recent study estimates the railway cyber-security market to be worth USD 6.0 billion in 2019 and projected to reach USD 12.6 billion by 2027. But what’s driving the demand in this market?
In a UK-first, the company delivering Britain’s new high-speed rail network is using augmented reality to train the staff who will eventually run the Old Oak Common ‘super hub’ – set to be one of the UK’s busiest and best-connected stations.
FirstGroup has embraced the benefits of technology that can be used across multi-brands by investing in a CMS platform and website architecture that has been replicated across many of its UK train operating companies.
The digital transformation of railways is bringing substantial benefits in safety, operational efficiency and reliability, as well as an improved passenger experience. But these advances also inevitably expose the railways to cyber-threats, writes Karsten Oberle, Head of the Global Railway Practice at Nokia.
Renowned as Siemens Mobility's flagship site, the RRX Rail Service Centre expects 100 trains to enter and leave the depot every month. To help achieve this, 3D printing equipment has been utilised.
Raised through its first seed-funding round, the investment will help Cervello continue to develop groundbreaking cyber-security solutions so railway operators can be better protect themselves against cyber-threats.
In this video case study, colleagues from Siemens Mobility and SWU explain how Stratasys additive manufacturing technology is helping to keep vehicle availability as high as possible.