Discover how digital twins can help optimise decisions and drive better outcomes across the entire rail and transit asset lifecycle.
List view / Grid view
Discover how Bentley’s iTwin technology helped generate a route-wide digital twin, saving an estimated GBP 1 Million in the first six months.
Drone footage has been released of a derailed freight train site in Carlisle where Network Rail are installing an 800-tonne crane to recover the wagons.
The California High-Speed Rail Authority (CHSRA) have released a video which highlights the recent milestones achieved on the construction project. Watch the video here.
Aerial drones and specialist trains will be used to wash leaf debris from UK main lines during the Autumn.
Network Rail has relased drone footage showing the extent of flooding to railway tracks in east Manchester. Watch the video footage here.
With an extreme heatwave forecast from 17 July onwards, Network Rail will be using innovative technology to ensure passengers journeys are minimally disrupted.
Laser and drone technology has been used by Network Rail to plan maintenance that will secure the future of the iconic 19th century structure.
Believed to be the furthest civilian drone flight in Britain, the flight marks a huge step forward in terms of how drones can be used to inspect railway infrastructure safely, quickly, and cost-effectively.
As part of Network Rail's £2.1 million Great North Rail Project investment, North Yorkshire’s iconic Ribblehead viaduct was 3D scanned and turned into a computer model by surveyors.
Pradeep Sukumaran, Vice President - Business Strategy and Marketing at Ignitarium, explains how the company’s rail track defect detection solution – which uses aerial vision analytics – can use intelligent data to spot rail line faults without disrupting train schedules.
As trespassing and other illegal activity continues to impact daily services, Metro Trains Melbourne tells Global Railway Review about the range of measures and efforts that have been implemented across its network to deter criminals and limit delays.
Network Rail’s Air Operations Team use a variety of visual and thermal imaging techniques, plus drone technology, to safely and efficiently inspect infrastructure, whilst minimising disruption for passengers. As part of the team, Sean Leahy, National Aerial Survey Specialist, explains the work involved in gathering images and data, and the…