Europe’s Rail Joint Undertaking want to establish a new Scientific Steering Group to advise on scientific priorities and provide independent analysis.
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Europe’s Rail Joint Undertaking (EU-Rail)
Europe’s Rail Joint Undertaking (EU-Rail) is the European partnership on rail research and innovation, established under the Horizon Europe programme (2020-2027) and the universal successor of the Shift2Rail Joint Undertaking. EU-Rail‘s aim is to deliver, via an integrated system approach, a high capacity, flexible, multi-modal and reliable integrated European railway network by eliminating barriers to interoperability and providing solutions for full integration, for European citizens and cargo.
Carlo Borghini, Executive Director of Europe’s Rail Joint Undertaking (EU-Rail), considers the next generation of telecommunication needs for rail to help enhance the performance and cost-efficiency of operations, while ensuring safety and security.
A study has revealed that investing in a comprehensive European high-speed rail network will massively reduce the environmental footprint of European passenger transport.
As the industry continues to learn more about the role and expectations of the Future Railway Mobile Communication System (FRMCS), this In-Depth Focus brings together articles to explore the case for FRMCS rollout across Switzerland, speeding up FRMCS deployment in Finland, and how the next generation of telecommunication needs for…
In 2023, the ‘Roadmaps for AI Integration in the Rail Sector’ project (‘RAILS’) – a first of its kind project addressing AI in railways from a broad perspective – will come to its end. For Global Railway Review, this article provides an outlook of the project and what it means…
Pierre Tane (UIC), Dr. Gilles Dessagne (SNCF Réseau), Dr. Bob Janssen (EULYNX) and Airy Magnien (UIC), discuss the evolution of technology in implementing conceptual models of the railway system and the multifaceted advantages they can generate.
During the third day of InnoTrans 2022, the Global Railway Review team have been in Berlin to break the latest news.
CER presented, on behalf of European railway stakeholders, the “2022 DAC Sector Statement - Digital Automatic Coupling” at InnoTrans 2022.
During the first day of InnoTrans 2022, the Global Railway Review team have been in Berlin to break the latest news.
At InnoTrans 2022, Europe’s Rail has announced its Call for Proposals 2022-2 which is worth over €35 million.
At InnoTrans 2022, EU-Rail will showcase more than 20 live and permanent demonstrations on results that are expected to shape the future of rail.
Ahead of InnoTrans 2022, Global Railway Review asked Philippe Citroën, Director General of UNIFE, what he is expecting from this year's event.
Six projects, worth €568.4 million, will be funded under the Europe’s Rail Joint Undertaking 2022-1 first Call for Proposals for rail research & innovation activities.