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Digital Automatic Coupling (DAC)
Digital automatic coupling (DAC) has the potential to accelerate the assembly of freight trains, increase the capacity and quality of freight traffic, contribute to the success of traffic turnaround, and play a key part in rail’s sustainability strategies. Global Railway Review’s content on explores what the next steps are in delivering a successful DAC roll-out and its opportunities to help grow rail freight and shift more goods to be transported by rail tracks.
18 December 2023 | By
Digital Rail Live 2023 was a day of inspiring insights, innovations, and meaningful connections. Our attendees, speakers and sponsors contributed to the vibrant conversations that shaped the event into a hub of knowledge and collaboration.
In recent years, the subject of Digital Automatic Coupling has grown more prominent and discussions around the subject continue to circle, with industry heavy-weights unafraid of sharing their hopes and opinions about the technology and the impact it might have. This In Depth Focus features an official statement from UNIFE,…
29 August 2023 | By
Let’s discover how a seamlessly integrated rail industry will drive the future of mobility. During this session, we delved into the digitisation initiatives shaping the rail industry. Participants gained insights from Nederlandse Spoorwegen (NS), the Dutch national operator, driving these advancements within its ecosystem. Additionally, we heard from Capgemini, a…
Dr Peter Füglistaler, Director of the Federal Office of Transport (FOT), discusses the ways in which both passenger and rail freight transport in Switzerland must be developed, including the need to expand infrastructure and the potential for Digital Automatic Coupling (DAC).
The aim of the test train's journey was to check the functionality of Digital Automatic Coupling (DAC) in different situations and conditions and to identify possible weak points to improve on.
22 February 2023 | By Dassault Systèmes
With support from Dassault Systèmes, Global Railway Review conducted a survey which gathered the thoughts from over 200 rail professionals on how digitalisation is being used to transform the rail freight industry. This eBook takes a look at the results and breaks down the feedback.
At InnoTrans 2022, Michael Thulin, Member of the Board, SWERIG and Björn Asplund, Chairman, Swedtrain, sat with Craig Waters, Editor, Global Railway Review, to discuss what the future holds for rail in Sweden and the potential that digital transformation offers.
Rail Cargo Logistics are to receive all 200 grain wagons by the end of 2023, with Ermewa having already delivered the first 25 in October 2022.
Michel Ruesen, Managing Director of the ERTMS Users Group (EUG), explores ERTMS and its implementation across Europe, looking at the ways that the deployment has evolved over time.
On 7 and 8 November 2022, Global Railway Review will host our Digital Rail event; this year taking place in-person at London’s Twickenham Stadium. Industry experts and supporters of rail’s digital transformation – from the likes of Network Rail, SNCF Réseau, SBB, Green Cargo and the UIC – will all…