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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?
Hitachi Rail’s world-first digital transport app enters full commercial service to connect Genoa’s entire public transport infrastructure.
The aim of the test train's journey was to check the functionality of Digital Automatic Coupling (DAC) in different situations and conditions and to identify possible weak points to improve on.
Train operator, TransPennine Express, is using digital technology to give customers an improved journey experience.
Hitachi Rail will test new British-built trains, battery technology and digital solutions at the world-leading Global Centre of Rail Excellence testing facility in Wales.
Icomera’s user-friendly data traffic management solution, IcoShape, allows railway operators to better control their data costs, optimise the quality of service, and improve passenger satisfaction.
SaaS firm eviFile has supercharged SPL Powerlines UK’s work on Key Output 1a (KO1a) – which was a continuation from the wider project KO1, part of Network Rail’s Midland Main Line electrification upgrade.
Passengers who scan the QR codes onboard South Western Railway trains will quickly and conveniently be able to access real-time journey information.
Deutsche Bahn are introducing real-time occupancy displays that will make travel more convenient and rail operations more efficient.
Plans for a 5G rollout which will significantly enhance connectivity on the London to Brighton railway route have been revealed.
Stimio is teaming with GGT GMEINDER GETRIEBETECHNIK GmbH for a predictive maintenance solution for gearboxes in railway applications.