Rail and transit overhead line electrification design and engineering is often complex – you need an application that makes your life easier.
List view / Grid view
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?
Chiltern Railways have launched a new compensation scheme on their website which will make it easier for customers to claim refunds on delayed journeys.
Improve the safety, service, and reliability of your rail and transit network through linear analytics to help you make smarter maintenance decisions.
Richard Thorp, Engineering Director, HS1 Ltd, shares his insight into the benefits of digital twin technology and the forward-looking innovation this digital tool is bringing to the rail system.
Reality modeling is going mainstream – accelerating rail design and construction workflows, and optimizing asset inspection, with real-world context.
The new RIA Self-Assessment Tool will ask users a series of questions to determine their innovation readiness.
Stimio have announced a new monitoring solution for sand levels in silos that will collect data which allows users to predict when a low level is reached.
HS1 Ltd will use technology that is able to pin-point and count every person in St Pancras International, improving passenger flows.
Dr. Amit Kumar Jain, General Manager/FOIS in the Centre for Railway Information – an IT arm of India’s Ministry of Railways, explores the concept and methodology used for rail freight carbon emissions estimation, as well as the benefits this offers to customers of Indian Railways’ Rail Green Points (RGPs) initiative.
HS1 have completed the first 5G-enabled augmented reality digital twin trial on UK railways, showing how the technology can reduce emissions and cut delays.
For Global Railway Review, Marco Berger, Senior Director - Solutions and Applications Management at Ribbon Communications, explains why growing security risks and passenger expectations are making IT/OT modernisation imperative for rail operators.
DB IO will take on the planning, operation, and maintenance of a 450-kilometre local transport network in Toronto, Canada, helping to modernise and expand the network.
A new digital track monitoring system has been launched by Bane NOR’s ICT department in the form of an app that will signal to operators the need to rectify faults and what measures need to be taken, all before the issue results in train stoppages.
Mark Fielding-Smith, Client Director, Digital Rail at Atkins, explains how they have supported Network Rail’s National Aerial Survey and how this helps the infrastructure manager utilise data and take digital twin benefits to new heights.