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SBS Transit has entered a collaboration between cybersecurity specialist Cervello and ST Engineering, to secure Singapore's digitalised rail.
27 November 2023 | By
Welcome to our Winter Issue of 2023! This year has been full of changes, challenges and new chances leading into 2024. From the U-turn announcement from the prime minister back at the start of October, to the mention of new rail policies and reforms in the King’s speech this month,…
Cambrian Railway Partnership have partnered with Rail Safe Friendly to create a scheme teaching railway safety to children of all ages.
This year, Global Railway Review's annual event, Digital Rail Live, took place at the impressive Millennium Gloucester Hotel in Kensington on Wednesday 20th September. For the first time, this event was partnered with the Transport Innovation Summit from our sister-brand Intelligent Transport.
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…
Moderated by Allan Spence, Chair of the UIC Global Level Crossing Network (GLCN) and Isabelle Fonverne, Senior Advisor, Safety and Interoperability, UIC, participants from SNCF, Network Rail, Trafikverket and more, discuss their views on safety around level crossings.
CEO and Co-Founder of Cervello, Roie Onn, discusses the thinking behind the Cervello software-based platform and how it detects vulnerabilities and suspicious network behaviour, protecting against cyber-attacks, without disruption to rail services.
Northern have seen a 10% reduction in the number of penalty fares issued since the UK government increased the fine to £100.
Northern has introduced new digital tickets which update repeatedly throughout the day to stop fare evaders from being able to screenshot and share season tickets for others to use.
The AI Railway Computer RML A3 is specifically designed for rolling stock applications and is based on the NVIDIA Jetson AGX Xavier.
Growing passenger numbers, complex route networks, and tight timetables. The challenges in railway operations are increasing, but they can all be tackled with AI.