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Global Railway Review Issue 4 2022

30 August 2022 | By

Packed full of exclusive content, including our InnoTrans 2022 preview, plus features from: Germany’s Federal Minister for Digital and Transport; the European Commissioner for Transport; Canadian Pacific; Norfolk Southern; the Association of American Railroads; the ERTMS Users Group; and many more!


The impact of COVID-19 on Indonesia’s transportation industry

22 October 2021 | By

As Indonesia continues to digitally transform, Erni Basri, Head of the Railway Engineering Centre for the Western Part of Java Island Indonesia, and Directorate General of Railway and Ministry of Transportation Indonesia, explains the significance and development of smart cities and smart railway transportation across the country, despite the challenges…


Global Railway Review Issue 5 2021

20 October 2021 | By

Packed full of exclusive content, including: a Roundtable discussion on Decarbonising Rail; an In-Depth Focus to explore FRMCS; the impact of COVID-19 on Indonesia’s rail industry; establishing cyber-security for next generation rail mobility; and much more!


Global Railway Review Issue 4 2020

26 August 2020 | By

This issue takes a look at South Africa’s complex signalling modernisation programme, the next steps in standardisation of data exchanges between TMS and trains, GTR's passenger-centric response to the challenges of COVID-19, plus our 'Decarbonising Rail', 'High-Speed Rail Development' and 'Rail: Thinking Long-Term' In-Depth Focuses.


Interview Spotlight: Neal Wright, Business Development Manager at GAI-Tronics

1 June 2018 | By

GAI-Tronics – a division of Hubbell Ltd – provides systems, products and services that improve on-board and trackside communications for the railway industry. Neal Wright, Business Development Manager, talks about GAI-Tronics’ strategic development plans and gives greater insight into what they can off er the rail industry.


Digitalisation In-Depth Focus 2017

13 November 2017 | By

The digital age has arrived for the railway industry. The ability to sense demand, measure performance and monitor the health of physical assets can help manage capacity and predict and avoid disruption. Yet this inevitably puts more pressure on the industry to keep up with changes to technology.