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All articles by Daniel Garrun

  1. Captive audience: could railway companies learn from the media industry?

    The transport sector – the rail industry, in particular – is facing some very real business challenges, from unlocking much-needed…
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    24 Aug
  2. Using tech to transform the traveller experience

    Focusing on customers will not only increase passenger revenue and reduce negative comments but will lead to efficiencies, thanks to…
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    8 Jan
  3. Train Zero: making next-generation rolling stock safer and more reliable

    There’s nothing that solidifies industry approbation quite like an awards ceremony. Frazer-Nash and Bombardier can testify to this, having picked…
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    1 Jun
  4. A city built on rail – the vision behind Vinge

    But kicking off the city’s development will not be an eye-catching sculptural landmark or multistorey tower – construction of a…
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    19 Apr
  5. Russian Railways – propelling LNG into the rail mainstream?

    It was only a matter of time before Russia began to seriously look into the potential marriage of liquefied natural…
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    23 Feb
  6. Future of Rail 2050 – innovative and off-the-wall solutions

    It would take a brave soul to try to predict the future of the rail industry – ideas such as…
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    7 Dec
  7. Stations in the sky: The Hyper Speed Vertical Train Hub

    By UN estimates, the world’s urban population sits at around 3.2 billion people and is forecast to rise to 5…
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    1 Oct
  8. Next stop London – Hitachi Global CEO Alistair Dormer discusses global expansion

    In order to oversee and advance its global strategies, Hitachi has created global roles and, on 1 April 2014, Alistair…
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    13 May
  9. Technology to provide a more focused customer view

    With a general perception of delayed, dirty trains and expensive ticket prices aside, it seems we are largely dissatisfied with…
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    9 Apr
  10. Optical sensor technology – revolutionising train monitoring

    In 1978, Dr Kenneth Hill, a Canadian physicist, first demonstrated the Fiber Bragg grating (FBG), an optical sensor able to…
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    23 Mar

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