By utilising technology to understand people flow in and around stations, operators can ensure distancing, prevent crowding, and plan for safer journeys.
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Passengers often rate the quality of on-board Wi-Fi poorly, so how can train operators solve this problem?
KeTech’s teams are the best in the market at what we do, but our products are superior too. We stand alone in providing enhanced, real-time Customer, Passenger and Driver Information Systems which offer our clients the unique opportunity to revolutionise their information with a fully integrated approach.
A Smart Data Logging system implies on-board intelligent devices to collect and process field data connected with a Cloud infrastructure to integrate data with IT applications.
Train operators and system integrators need a solid knowledge of WiFi6, the wireless technology that enables next-generation wireless communications.
Bombardier Transportation speeds up the development process for new trains in German speaking countries with additive manufacturing.
Rockdelta uses stone wool to isolate a track and protecting nearby structures from ground-borne vibrations caused by rail transport systems.
Rockdelta stone wool for vibration control and structure protection: Protecting people and buildings from harmful ground-borne vibration.
FirstGroup has embraced the benefits of technology that can be used across multi-brands by investing in a CMS platform and website architecture that has been replicated across many of its UK train operating companies.
Renowned as Siemens Mobility's flagship site, the RRX Rail Service Centre expects 100 trains to enter and leave the depot every month. To help achieve this, 3D printing equipment has been utilised.
Siemens Mobility has used Stratasys FDM 3D printing solutions which has lead to increased client satisfaction and a more streamlined supply chain.
Following the award of the Wales and Borders rail franchise to Transport for Wales in 2018, the train operating company partnered with ORM to design and build a new marketing website. With a hard deadline agreed for the franchise handover, a new platform was delivered in under 10 weeks.
In Switzerland, the technique of ballast compacting has been used for many years following the tamping process in order for the lateral resistance to meet the predefined values; ensuring trains can immediately run at line speed again. In 2014, joint testing between Sersa Maschineller Gleisbau AG (SMG) and MATISA SA…
With rising pressure in rail traffic, Linsinger’s modern, flexible and reliable rail milling technology can be deployed to prolong rail life and reduce service-disrupting interventions.
Shunting yard operations can be improved by deploying automated solutions. Here, Rail Vision provides details on its tailored shunting yard solution for SBB Cargo's automation needs.