The technology will monitor the real-time performance of rail assets and allow for the swift detection and repair of faults.
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9 April 2020 | By Konux
This webinar, in association with KONUX, highlighted how state-of-the-art technology must be explored further to ensure rail is tomorrow’s mobility of choice.
In a bid to drive the transformation of Wales' rail network, TfW inaugurated the 'Lab by Transport for Wales' as an open innovation initiative.
Global Railway Review spoke to Thymo van den Brug at ProRail to discover how he creates digital solutions to the company's problems and how ProRail is taking the first steps to creating a better world.
We speak to Gerald Schinagl, Digital Innovation Manager at ÖBB about how the company is boldly moving forward with its digital initiatives to improve operations and ensure passenger and employee satisfaction.
Andrew McLean, Assistant Director and Head Curator of the National Railway Museum, speaks to Global Railway Review’s Editor, Craig Waters, about the importance of telling the story of railways’ past, present and future, and how the museum’s redevelopment aims to encourage the next generation of rail engineers.
In a first for Network Rail, augmented reality (AR) is being used to help passengers visualise replacement footbridges at stations.
For Global Railway Review’s first-ever podcast, our Editor, Craig Waters, spoke to Michael Robson, international rail consultant, about the importance of improving network performance and capacity, investments in technology and how digital solutions are impacting rail operations.
Evgeny Charkin, Director of Information Technologies at JSC Russian Railways writes that in this modern world it is impossible to ensure the further dynamic growth of any business without focusing on digitalisation. As such, Russian Railways Holding has started to develop digital technologies in order to safeguard its future.
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.
Viswanath Machiraju, General Manager and Strategy Head of Cyient’s Transportation Business Unit, explores the trends he believes the rail industry will focus on as 2019 progresses.