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21 February 2017
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Industry News

Victoria to remove three congested level crossings on Frankston line
The Government of Victoria in Australia is set to remove three more dangerous and congested level crossings on the Frankston line, with further plans to build two new stations.

French Government and Alstom report progress made at Belfort site
The French Government and Alstom have presented the progress made for railway maintenance and industrial activities at the company's Belfort site.

Network Rail to reopen Settle to Carlisle railway ahead of schedule
Engineers from UK Network Rail have made considerable progress to reopen the major Settle to Carlisle service next month, earlier than planned.

SNCF uses IBM IoT solution for improved rail safety
French railways operator SNCF is using IBM Watson's internet of yhings (IoT) platform to provide improved rail safety for 13.5 million daily passengers.

Press Releases

SmartRail Europe Aims to Help Create the Digital Railway of the Future
SmartRail Europe is the annual show this April in Amsterdam for railway infrastructure managers, train operating companies, system and data integrators and technology suppliers to come together and create the digital railway of the future.

Wi-Fi On-Board Trains: Key Considerations for Rail and Metro Operators
Our world is becoming 100% connected, with continuous connectivity a basic commodity. Connectivity 'dark spots' are becoming fewer and smaller, and as such they stand out to customers as poor user experience. One of the major remaining dark spot environments is the transportation industry, specifically rail and metro.

IBASE Introduces EN50155-Certified Multi-Purpose Rolling Stock System
IBASE Technology has announced its latest EN50155 certified fanless rolling stock system powered by a 2.6GHz 6th Generation Intel® Core™ i7-6600U processor.

Kitcher Risk Solutions Extends Systems Review and Assurance Services
After three years of service provision to the Australian, European and North American rail market Kitcher Risk Solutions is extending its service offering to rail operator and engineering services provider customers.

NetModule Delivers Cost-Effective Scalable Wi-Fi Solutions for Transport Company in Stuttgart
Passengers on two suburban railway ('S-Bahn') lines in the Stuttgart region can now enjoy free WLAN and a dedicated S-Bahn portal. This testing phase was launched in January for a period of six months, after which a decision will be taken as to whether to roll out the Wi-Fi portal to all 160 S-Bahn trains.

White Papers

Industrial Ethernet Switches and Wireless Communications
Founded in 2003 in Walnut, CA, US, Henrich has been helping, customers across the globe to manage their industrial systems with rugged and secured Ethernet networking products in...

FiberinMotion®: Train-to-Ground Wireless Broadband Solution for Rail and Metro
RADWIN's FiberinMotion® train-to-ground communications solution ensures continuous high-speed wireless connectivity between trains or metros and network control and data...

TetraFlex for Rail and Metro Communications
Simplifying advanced communications for Public Transport. Meet the increased demands on safety and operational efficiency within large public transport systems with the TetraFlex TETRA...

Service Solutions for the Rail Industry
Sulzer is recognised worldwide for its experience servicing AC and DC traction motors, braking systems, bogies, gearboxes, generators, and other transportation equipment and...

HUBER+SUHNER Rail Products Brochure
The HUBER+SUHNER Group is a leading international manufacturer of electrical and optical interconnectivitycomponents and systems. Our main markets are communication, transport and industry....

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