The Eco Bot 50 will support Greater Anglia's team in cleaning large areas, such as concourses and platforms, at Stansted Airport train station.
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The technology publishes the level of passengers onboard Hull Trains services in real time in order to help to make socially-distanced travelling easier.
As England steps out of lockdown and begins to return to normality, rail companies across the country are working to ensure passenger and staff safety.
7 April 2021 | By Waterfall Security Solutions
Join this live Webinar with Waterfall Security Solutions which will focus on current and proposed cyber standards for rail systems. Listen as experts will explore how cybersecurity requirements differ for on-the-ground systems vs. rolling stock and much more.
Richard Thorp, Engineering Director at High Speed 1 (HS1) Ltd, writes how new technology, particularly artificial intelligence and digitalisation, is driving change in the rail sector as an operational aid to real-time decision making.
Stadler will produce and maintain 40 electric trains for Ente Autonomo Volturno to use on its Vesuvian lines, increasing both reliability and safety.
The partnership between Etihad Rail and the UAE's Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure will ensure robust administrative and evaluation procedures, alongside informed issuances of permits and licenses.
One year on from the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, many train operating companies have found themselves reflecting on such a pivotal year and its impact on the industry. As part of Global Railway Review’s relaunch of its exclusive COVID-19 Heroes series, five employees from Avanti West Coast discuss the…
Jamie Burles looks back on how Greater Anglia ensured safe and reliable journeys for its passengers during 2020, which has continued into 2021, whilst simultaneously continuing its development and sustainability efforts.
The report, commissioned by the UK's Transport Secretary immediately after the Stonehaven incident, includes a range of recommendations to further safeguard the UK's railways from extreme weather.
The HÜBNER Group is now offering AIRDAL's antiviral surface protection product for all relevant areas in local transport vehicles.
The changes approved by Transport Canada concern train speed, colder weather operations and further strengthening track maintenance and inspection practices.
This video introduces how railway digitalisation improves operational efficiency and safety, and ADLINK and Intel’s role in this transformation.
Paul van Trigt, CEO of Aero-X AG, explains the importance of aerosol extinguishing systems for the rail sector, and how the company can offer customised solutions to meet different requirements.
17 February 2021 | By DuPont Nomex
Watch DuPont Nomex FREE on-demand webinar. As they discuss their journey through time and learn how insulation technology helped evolve the railway industry for the past 40 years. Find out how the different Nomex solutions and applications played a key role in the development and advancement of high-speed trains. And finally, learn…