Evgeny Charkin, Director of Information Technologies at JSC Russian Railways writes that in this modern world it is impossible to ensure the further dynamic growth of any business without focusing on digitalisation. As such, Russian Railways Holding has started to develop digital technologies in order to safeguard its future.
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Already market leader in connecting rail freight cars across Europe, Nexxiot will present its digital solution and services at the 2019 Railway Interchange in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
The rail sector is rarely perceived to be at the forefront of cutting-edge logistics technology. But this could not be further from the truth; huge strides are now being made to modernise rail by enlisting the latest technology and the best creative minds. Alex Veitch, Head of Multimodal Policy at…
Thomas B?hm, Chief Data Scientist at KONUX, believes that IoT technologies and AI software have the potential to make life a lot easier for rail infrastructure managers and he explains how KONUX plans to be part of the digital evolution of rail.
A recent study estimates the railway cyber-security market to be worth USD 6.0 billion in 2019 and projected to reach USD 12.6 billion by 2027. But what’s driving the demand in this market?
The digital transformation of railways is bringing substantial benefits in safety, operational efficiency and reliability, as well as an improved passenger experience. But these advances also inevitably expose the railways to cyber-threats, writes Karsten Oberle, Head of the Global Railway Practice at Nokia.
A recent study has revealed the railway connectors market is expected to grow from USD 802 million in 2018 to USD 1,069 million by 2023, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 5.92 per cent during the forecast period. What are the latest technological trends in this market?
Delving deep into the railway industry, our recent survey results showcase opinions from industry professionals across the globe.
Rail freight transport is undergoing a full digital transformation. Bernd Hullerum, CEO of Transfesa Logistics explains how new technologies are opening possibilities for improved operational efficiency and lower logistics costs, while offering excellent customer service with personalised door-to-door delivery.
In this interview with Global Railway Review, Gerhard Kre?, Head of Data Services at Siemens Mobility, reflects on how digitalisation has already significantly changed the rail industry and comments on how digital solutions will continue to radically transform the way rail systems will function in the years to come.
Nexxiot will provide funding of CHF 35 million for the launch of IoT sensors enable the raw data that is collected and sent to Nexxiot systems.
Nowadays passengers expect equally good levels of internet network access when onboard a train as they do at home. In Norway this is achieved by delivering a combination of onboard mobile repeaters and Wi-Fi solutions. For Global Railway Review, ?ystein Risan, CEO and Linda Marie Venbakken, CFO at Norske tog…