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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.
ANSALDO has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Copenhagen metro operator Metroselskabet to develop a proof of concept for a new Dynamic Headway Solution, which will be designed using Ansaldo’s…
POLISH regional operator Masovian Railways (KM), Poland, has equipped 69 vehicles with Dilax passenger counting systems, which are compatible with counting systems already installed on the vehicles, or those that…
One of the recurring themes of Railtex 2017 was the ‘digital railway’, which emphasises using historical data and analytics to unlock a wide range of benefits ranging from predictive maintenance…
IRJ at IAF 2017, Münster: Italian lifting equipment company Platform Basket is premiering its RR 14 EVO 3 aerial working platform, which is designed for operations on road and rail…
DB Cargo’s British subsidiary, DB Cargo UK, is now offering digital route learning for its drivers in collaboration with Track Access Services (TAS).
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