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19 August 2017
Industry News

Stadler names new EMU as SMILE
Swiss rolling stock manufacturer Stadler has named its new line of electric multiple units (EMU), formerly known as Stadler EC250, as SMILE.

Deals this week: Jacobs Engineering Group, Sweco, Atkins
Jacobs Engineering Group has been selected as the reference design consultant (RDC) for the 350km-long Kuala Lumpur - Singapore High-Speed Rail project (KL-SG HSR), which is currently under construction.

Union Cabinet of India approves new metro rail policy
The Government of India's Union Council of Ministers has approved a new policy regarding the expansion and regulation of metro rail services.

FlixBus and Leo Express re-launch Locomore services
Mobility platform FlixBus and private rail company Leo Express have collaborated to revive the services of the insolvent railway startup Locomore.

Press Releases

Bel Power Solutions Announces Ultra-Low Profile 40W ABC41 and MBC41 Series of AC-DC Power Supplies
Bel Power Solutions and Protection, a Bel group company (NASDAQ: BELFA and BELFB) and premier global manufacturer of power management devices, announces the expansion of their ABC Series open-frame, AC-DC power supply portfolio to include the ultra-low profile ABC41 (industrial) and MBC41 (medical) Series, with an industry leading footprint of 3in x 2in x 0.75in (19 mm).

Continental Products Improve Safety in Railway Transportation
In the Italian rail vehicle industry, special importance is attached to fire protection in rail vehicles. In the current original equipment manufacturer projects in the area of subway and regional trains, fulfillment of European standard EN 45545 is mandatory to the very highest level.

Dr. Steven Chrismer Joins ENSCO as Senior Project Engineer for Rail
ENSCO, Inc. is pleased to announce the addition of Steven Chrismer, Ph.D., to its applied technology and engineering division staff.

RM Selects Axinom to Build Digital Platform for the Sapsan High-Speed Train
RM LLC, one of the leading Russian transport infotainment system providers has selected Axinom to build a new digital platform for the Russian Railways´ high speed train Sapsan. The platform will serve all Sapsan high-speed trains commuting between St. Petersburg and Moscow.

Xplore Announces Successful First Quarter for Fiscal 2018
Xplore Technologies is pleased to announce a successful first quarter for fiscal 2018, ending on 30 June 2017.

White Papers

Internet of Things Solutions for Railways
While railway technology has evolved slowly over the last 200 years, the next few years could bring greater transformation to the railways, and at a greater pace than we have seen in the past...

State of the Art in Axle Counting
Axle counting systems are used in many countries around the world as a replacement for track vacancy detection systems. They are also used in signalling equipment systems to build a more...

Rolling Stock Maintenance Equipment
INNDES is a young company that believes in technology as a solution, not as a problem for the peaceful development of world....

Free Public WiFi at Cardiff Central Railway Station
Travellers expect Wi-Fi connection at every stage of their journey. Arriva Trains wanted to further improve what Cardiff Station offered by installing a free Wi-Fi service so that travellers...

CBTC Connectivity Solutions
The overall performance of a rail rapid transit system depends largely on the performance of the automatic train control (ATC) system employed. A communication-based train control (CBTC) system...

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