Digitalisation, Products & Technology

Leveraging digital twins to boost rail maintenance and asset management

Conrad Winter, head of strategic projects at Willow, explains how digital twins can enable stakeholders across rail networks to make …

From the ground up

How a ground-based warning system improved outcomes for safety and the environment. Traditionally, the sounding of a loud train horn …

From automatic to autonomous

To meet the demand for safer, more efficient and increasingly sustainable mobility, railways are taking the next step forward towards …

Rail and the need for speed

 The COVID-19 pandemic has only increased the need for fast rail connections between capital cities and the regions writes Caroline …

Rail prepares for R U Ok Day on April 29

The challenges of global pandemic make this special day for the rail sector all the more relevant.

Shaping the Future

Siemens Mobility CEO for Australia and New Zealand Raphaelle Guerineau discusses the trend towards industry digitisation, including benefits, challenges and …

Shovels hit dirt to remove Ovingham Level Crossing

Torrens Road is to be raised over the existing Ovingham level crossing, meaning motorists will no longer be delayed in …



Work on Waterloo Station progresses

Work on Waterloo Station has required the deployment of two large cranes.
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Another level crossing set for the axe

For too long, the Mt Derrimut Road level crossing is said to have made the lives of locals a misery.
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First order of hydrogen trains in France hailed as “historic step” towards sustainable mobility

Hydrogen trains are being hailed as an important step towards clean mobility.

Fitting the signal to the system

As the supply chain moves further towards integration and automation, there’s no reason why rail signalling systems should be left …
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