Aware of the new challenges and the need to provide the most advanced methodology, the Spanish railway industry has, in recent years, focused on R&D to provide the market with the most innovative solutions with which to guarantee the optimal operation of rail infrastructure. Pedro Fortea, Director of Mafex –…
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Toshiba Digital and Consulting Corporation (TDX) and Mitsui, which part-owns Greater Anglia, are providing ‘digital twin’ software to the train operator to plan its rail timetable more efficiently and improve customer convenience.
Thomas Böhm, Chief Data Scientist at KONUX, believes that IoT technologies and AI software have the potential to make life a lot easier for rail infrastructure managers and he explains how KONUX plans to be part of the digital evolution of rail.
A recent study estimates the railway cyber-security market to be worth USD 6.0 billion in 2019 and projected to reach USD 12.6 billion by 2027. But what’s driving the demand in this market?
In a UK-first, the company delivering Britain’s new high-speed rail network is using augmented reality to train the staff who will eventually run the Old Oak Common ‘super hub’ – set to be one of the UK’s busiest and best-connected stations.
Delving deep into the railway industry, our recent survey results showcase opinions from industry professionals across the globe. Download our free infographic displaying the results.
As part of Global Railway Review's 25th anniversary, Philippe Citroën, Director General of UNIFE, reflects on industry developments and discusses the trends that will drive rail's future growth.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is already playing a positive role in the rail industry. Analytic tools are helping customers plan and book journeys, and data is helping to provide more accurate real-time journey information. But as Daniel Beutler, President of Trainline International, explains, there is still more to do to unlock…