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Advances to rail signalling and train control systems are set to make international rail transport more competitive and attractive. But implementing strategies and understanding the benefits of new digital solutions must be addressed before improvements can be realised.
Network Rail have begun the core phase of work to change the way the railway is run in Cornwall.
Network Rail have switched on 116 state of the art digital signals on the railway across parts of south west London and Berkshire as part of a reliability boosting resignalling programme.
The East Coast Digital Programme is one step closer due to recent digital upgrade work between Hertfordshire and Peterborough.
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Let’s discover how a seamlessly integrated rail industry will drive the future of mobility. In this webinar, we will delve into the digitisation initiatives shaping the rail industry. Join us to gain insights from Nederlandse Spoorwegen (NS), the Dutch national operator, driving these advancements within its ecosystem. Additionally we will…
Billy Gilpin, Director, Railway Undertaking at Irish Rail, details the work Ireland’s operator is doing to develop and implement strategies that deliver higher performance, including operational delivery, service planning, fleet maintenance and support, and how best to deal with complex operational issues.
Network Rail are set to switch on 116 new state of the art digital signals installed across parts of the railway in south west London and Berkshire.
Global Railway Review spoke with Ed Akers, Network Rail’s Principal Programme Sponsor for ECDP, Oly Turner, GTR’s Head of ERTMS and Ben Lane, Siemens Mobility’s Project Director, ECDP, to discuss the significance of the Thameslink Class 700 fleet upgrade, and how it fits within a wider digital transformation.
DB, Siemens Mobility and the City of Hamburg are jointly investing €35 million in a new intelligent operations control system.
The East Coast Digital Programme is one step closer due to recent works to install new equipment and technology between Welwyn Garden City and Hitchin in Hertfordshire.
Hitachi Rail will provide bi-standard ERTMS/TVM for the TGV fleet operated by SNCF as part of the framework agreement.
As part of the East Coast Digital Programme, GTR’s first Class 387/1 Great Northern Electrostar train has completed static testing of new digital ETCS in-cab signalling equipment.
Discover how digital twins can help optimise decisions and drive better outcomes across the entire rail and transit asset lifecycle.