While some have been aware of FRMCS as the next standard for rail communications, with standards expected to be finalised circa 2022 to 2023 and proof of concepts and trials running from 2020 to 2025, and it is expected that we will see early deployments in Europe from 2025 onwards, the possibilities of how this communications platform and 5G can reshape the railways is now beginning to be understood. Read more
Accessibility will be a major focus of day three of AusRAIL, inline with December 3 being the International Day of People with Disability. Read more
Using what is already there has allowed Infinitive to deploy an advanced predictive maintenance solution based on existing data.
In delivering the mega project that is the Grand Paris Express, the project delivery authority had to look for new approaches to contract management. It turned to SYSTRA for the solution.
The integrated metro offering from Thales takes a whole of system approach to rail.
With horizons for the implementation of future communications systems approaching, now is the time for rail operators to think about harnessing 5G technology.
While all elements of the rail sector felt the impact of COVID-19, no company would have responded in an identical way. Read more
With organisations across the rail industry moving ahead in their Project i-TRACE journey, now is not the time to be left behind.