The "Gigabit Innovation Track" project, a collaborative effort funded by the Federal Ministry for Digital and Transport, integrates cutting-edge 5G technology to enhance passenger experience and support the digital transformation of rail operations.
As the global railway industry stands on the brink of a digital revolution, the control command and signaling sector is poised for significant growth, predicted at an annual rate of 4.6% from 2023 to 2028.
Hitachi Rail has successfully completed the first dynamic test of its digital signalling technology for the Paris-Lyon High-Speed Line, with the project scheduled to enter service in autumn 2024.
This move is aimed at enhancing production processes and providing efficient service to its maintenance centres.
Everyone in the railway industry talks about the need for digitalization. At Railmarket News, we have met with three experts from A1 Digital, a company offering a specific digital solution for freight wagon owners, to talk about IoT, AI and machine learning in praxis.
This innovative project aims to revolutionize the safety and efficiency of rolling stock inspections.
This smart technology, an integral part of modernising rail operations, significantly reduces fuel consumption and carbon footprint, contributing to a more sustainable future for rail logistics.
High-speed rail travel powered by hydrogen – that is the aim of a newly formed consortium.
The supplies of braking systems developed and designed in India will span for a period of 11 years.
In an exclusive interview, Partium CEO Philipp Descovich explains how Partium's lightning-fast technology, developed in partnership with Deutsche Bahn, not only streamlines parts identification but also addresses labour shortages in maintenance, making it the solution to real-world industrial challenges.
Siemens Mobility and Finnish rolling stock owner Pääkaupunkiseudun Junakalusto Oy have agreed to test the European Train Control System ETCS in Finland.
The 'Rail Connected' program focuses on improving data sharing among carriers, rail operators, and terminals.
ČD will start testing diesel fuel with a higher content of a sustainable biocomponent based on hydrotreated vegetable oil (HVO) in new 847 class diesel railcars supplied by PESA.
Technology in line with the European Green Deal for sustainable rail transport promises increased operational flexibility and efficiency.
The solutions, to be launched in 2024, will improve train availability, operational efficiency, and punctuality by using intelligent analytics to analyze operational data from braking and other systems.
As the holiday season approaches, North American railways are decking their trains with festive decorations to infuse the Christmas spirit into daily commutes and special events.