Hitachi Rail co-developed the digital simulator, which allows for the integrated testing of the traffic management and the signalling requirements of the hyperloop system, with HyperloopTT.
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Following safety issues that lead to the withdrawal of Hitachi Rail’s Class 800 series trains in May 2021, ORR have published a safety review with several recommendations.
Hitachi Rail, together with Trenitalia, has debuted the innovative “tri-brid” train which allows for a 50 per cent reduction in fuel consumption and CO2e.
Hitachi Rail has signed a contract to digitise two yellow maintenance trains operated by Infranord with a new signalling system.
An agreement between Hitachi Rail and Intermodal Telematics (IMT) will see monitoring sensors fitted to rolling stock so rail freight companies can monitor operations in real-time to improve efficiency and safety of services.
Nordic Re-Finance is set to upgrade the on-board signalling technology of its TMe fleet of locomotives operating in Sweden, Norway, and Denmark with Hitachi Rail’s new ERTMS+STM system.
HS2 Ltd has confirmed that the landmark contracts to manufacture Britain’s next fleet generation of high-speed trains has been awarded to the Hitachi/Alstom joint venture.
Alstom has agreed to transfer business activities related to Bombardier Transportation’s contribution to the very high-speed train, V300 ZEFIRO, to Hitachi Rail.
The new fleet of state-of-the-art express trains for Tobu Railway Co. Ltd. will operate from Tokyo to Nikko and Kinugawa.
In 2022, intercity battery hybrid trains will be trialled on the TransPennine route by both Hitachi Rail and Angel Trains, to further develop railway’s use of this clean technology.
FERROVIENORD and Hitachi Rail have signed the third supply agreement for 50 high capacity 'Caravaggio' regional trains as part of the Lombardy Region Plan for fleet renewal.
The global transport company, Hitachi Rail, has announced that is has achieved a major reduction of 30.5 per cent in carbon emissions for 2020-21, despite the impact of COVID-19.
The maintenance of trains for Spain’s leading private high-speed rail operator, ILSA, will include predictive and corrective activities to ensure the highest levels of reliability, safety and comfort for passengers.
Over the past five years, JR Kyushu's DENCHA trains - the world’s first battery-powered train charged by AC overhead lines - have reduced CO2 emissions by 2.7 million kg.
In its interim report, the Office of Rail and Road has reviewed the Hitachi’s Class 800 and 385 series trains, that were impacted by corrosion and cracks caused by stress and fatigue.