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5 December 2018 | By OSIsoft
The French National Railway Corporation — the Société Nationale des Chemins de Fer Français, or SNCF RÉSEAU — is a state-owned company that operates France’s world class railway system...
4 December 2018 | By HPE OEM Solutions
Building long-lasting railway solutions with rugged, military-approved servers. Railway equipment manufacturers can make significant time and cost savings by using reliable, tried-and-tested hardware that has been designed to endure even the harshest conditions.
28 November 2018 | By Craig Waters (Editor of Global Railway Review)
From the variety of topics discussed and the different experiences shared at Digital Rail Revolution 2018, the opportunities that digitalisation continues to bring to the railway industry are exciting. Global Railway Review Editor, Craig Waters, looks at the key topics that had speakers and delegates deliberating at the UIC’s headquarters…
15 October 2018 | By Global Railway Review
The centre will make it possible to study the needs of passengers and operators in a pre-emptive way, while benefiting from a collaborative environment.
25 September 2018 | By Global Railway Review
ABB has been selected to supply substation equipment and engineering solutions for a 530km-long high-speed electric line between Dar es Salaam and Makutupora.
24 September 2018 | By Global Railway Review
DB Cargo AG, Europe's leading rail freight carrier, has commissioned Siemens Mobility to digitalise a large part of its freight car fleet
6 September 2018 | By Global Railway Review
RailCube as a software solution offers a ‘common IT language’ across country borders, improved customer information and flexibility.
21 August 2018 | By Global Railway Review
OnTrac Ltd will provide TfL their rail safety products to enable greater efficiency in planning and delivering work on the Elizabeth line.
6 August 2018 | By Marc Gispert - smart motors
As part of Global Railway Review’s Going Digital in Rail Week, Marc Gispert, CEO of smart motors® shares the main objectives of his team which include developing the best asset life-cycle management policies, improving condition based maintenance (CBM) procedures and implementing the most adequate breakdown prediction methods.
6 August 2018 | By Dylan Kissane - Cosmo Tech
As part of Global Railway Review’s Going Digital in Rail Week, Dylan Kissane, Vice President Marketing at Cosmo Tech shares insight into the technology company’s software solutions for the rail industry and how their platform can be deployed as part of a broader strategy of digital transformation.