The AI-based system applies computer vision and machine learning technologies for real-time monitoring and analysis, to ensure the safety of railroad crossings. As the first deployment of this kind in Europe, Nokia’s collaboration with Schweizer Electronics and BLT demonstrated the reliability of AI-based railroad safety solutions for daily use.
HS2 trains will be powered by zero carbon energy from day one of operation, offering a cleaner alternative to long distance car journeys and domestic flights, while supporting the government’s 2050 target to tackle climate change.
More than five million passengers who travel between Madrid and Galicia every year can now enjoy a better travel experience thanks to Thales technology installed in the Pedralba-Ourense section that Adif AV has just put into service. Also, With the completion of the Thales ERTMS L2 installation on this section, the Madrid-Galicia high-speed line is completed.
Alstom supplies Qatar’s first catenary-free tramway. With a network length of 28km, this is the largest tramway system project in the Gulf region which also includes 7 km underground. It has 25 stations within Lusail and connects to the Doha Metro.
MESEA, subsidiary of VINCI Railways (VINCI Concessions) recently obtained triple AFNOR certification: ISO 9001 (Quality Management), ISO 14001 (Environmental Management) and ISO 45001 (Management of workplace health and safety), for operation-maintenance of the South Europe Atlantic High-Speed Line (SEA HSL) between Tours and Bordeaux
On January 6, the first train of the recently opened China-Laos Railway, carrying 16 units of SANY excavator, departed from Huaihua city in Hunan province, the starting station. Prior to this, a departure ceremony was held in the presence of Mr Tang Xiuguo, CEO of SANY Group.