Technology

SPANISH companies involved in the development and certification of the OGI automatic gauge-changing system have completed the first phase of dynamic testing. The OGI bogies are designed for use on…
BRITAIN’s Rail Safety and Standards Board (RSSB), the rail supply industry and a consortium of eight universities have secured £92m of funding to establish Britain as a global centre of…
New developments in wagon technology and a growing awareness of the need for digitalisation should help rail freight operators become more competitive, as Anitra Green discovered at the recent Transport…
A new draft ERTMS Deployment Action Plan was presented at the EU Agency for Railways’ Single European Railway Area (Sera) conference in Brussels on June 20, and will now go…
KAZAKHSTAN Railways (KTZ) has signed a memorandum of understanding with GE Transportation to use digital technologies, with the aim of reducing fuel consumption, optimise power distribution, enhancing operational safety, and…
BRITAIN’s infrastructure manager Network Rail has appointed Arcadis as a programme partner to support the implementation of its Digital Railway programme.
GERMAN Rail (DB) is using Building Information Modelling (BIM) to digitally design new railway stations, and the first is being piloted in Hösel, Ratingen, in North-Rhine Westphalia.
With recent advances in energy storage technology, urban rail operators are harnessing the ability to reduce traction power consumption. Venky Krishnan director of business development and special projects with Calbetux,…
German Rail (DB) is hailing the transformational impact of digitalisation on rail transport. But how is it preparing its staff for these radical changes in its business practices and everyday…
RESEARCHERS at the University of Huddersfield have developed a new software tool which harnesses big data to reduce the risk of Signals Passed at Danger (Spad) incidents.
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