HS2 stations will be developed using AI to create a stress-free passenger experience of the future as part of a collaborative project led by OpenSpace Group.
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The UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology and Keen AI have been working with Network Rail to develop solutions to remotely monitor biodiversity.
Test and optimize transportation mobility improvement decisions collaboratively before they are built and pitch your business case with confidence.
Alexandre Savard, GIRO's Director of Business Development for Rail, speaks with Global Railway Review's Editor, Craig Waters, about how AI-powered software can help rail operators not just survive but thrive in the ever-changing rail landscape.
Rail and transit overhead line electrification design and engineering is often complex – you need an application that makes your life easier.
Improve the safety, service, and reliability of your rail and transit network through linear analytics to help you make smarter maintenance decisions.
Reality modeling is going mainstream – accelerating rail design and construction workflows, and optimizing asset inspection, with real-world context.
HS1 Ltd will use technology that is able to pin-point and count every person in St Pancras International, improving passenger flows.
HATI (Human Assistance Track Intelligence) is the latest addition to the MATISA embedded technology family. It is the evolution of a system already installed on the roller trailers of the B 66 UC-D compaction trailers, with the addition of new features. A prototype was installed on the B 45 UE delivered…
Cognitive Rail Pilot - an AI-based shunting locomotive driver assistance system - has received a Declaration of Conformity which states that it meets the requirements of the 'safety of railway rolling stock' technical regulation.
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Virtual reality and real-time monitoring sensors will be built into HS2’s infrastructure to help make Britain’s new high-speed rail network one of the world’s most reliable railways.
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.