Deutsche Bahn will utilise innovative technology to make it possible for travellers to book their rail journey across multiple international rail inventories and distribution systems directly at railway stations.
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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?
John Till, Head of Information Delivery at Southeastern, tells Global Railway Review more about how their new ‘SeatFinder’ capacity tool, which allows the operator to change the way they analyse and use train load data so that they can continue to make improvements that provide confidence and reassurance to passengers.
Ahead of the Railway Industry Association’s (RIA) next Unlocking Innovation webinar series – focusing on Routes to Zero Carbon Rail – RIA’s Public Affairs & PR Director, Max Sugarman, speaks to Network Rail’s Project Manager and Coordinator for IN2STEMPO, Aneta Tumilowicz, about the opportunities and benefits from the IN2STEMPO smart…
Giuseppe Surace, Chief Product & Marketing Officer at Eurotech, explores the evolution of data logging.
The e-ticket barcode readers, which help to limit the spread of COVID-19, will also be installed at another 29 stations across the GTR network.
Smart sensors on tracks can be used to remotely check the health of infrastructure and a variety of digital solutions can help maintenance teams carry out vital tasks more efficiently leading to reduced service downtime and extended rail infrastructure lifetime. This In-Depth Focus explores how effective predictive and preventive maintenance…
The Innovate at HS2 2020: Small Business Research Initiative is open to small and medium-sized enterprises who will receive support to put together research and development plans for their proposal.
The Australasian Railway Association has said that prioritising innovation will provide the certainty needed to support increased private sector investment and would drive skills development and jobs creation in the rail industry.
In this issue, we feature articles from industry experts on a vast range of topics including: What HS2 will mean for rail freight capacity in Britain; the latest developments on the Ceneri Base Tunnel project; and how GTR’s workforce is its greatest asset, plus our 'Smart Track Maintenance' and 'Cyber-Security'…
The USHSR has welcomed FS's expertise and participation in the U.S. high-speed rail market, particularly looking to the Californian high-speed programme.
The £5.4 million contract for Hitachi ABB Power Grids, as part of ongoing work with UKPNS, will realise projects to digitalise high-speed rail in the UK.
By making the live data publicly available, passengers will be able to discover how accessible a station is prior to their journey.
The Railway and e-Mobility Test and Technology Centre will focus on next generation of electric propulsion technology in pursuit of a cleaner future for transportation.
By utilising machine learning, Network Rail can increase prediction accuracy, reduce delays, unlock early risk detection and enable significant cost savings.