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In a new joint project, ZF and DB Systemtechnik combine existing competencies to increase efficiency in the monitoring of critical infrastructure. Their digital monitoring solution detects potential rail deficiencies at an early stage. This enables predictive and flexible planning of maintenance work, thus reducing unnecessary expenses, preventing delays and breakdowns, and offering a real added value in terms of safety and comfort. A test vehicle will try out the system during an extensive real use application in the fall.


Alstom's Coradia iLint hydrogen train runs for the first time in France

Alstom's Coradia iLint hydrogen train runs for the first time in FranceAlstom's Coradia iLint train, the first in the world to be powered by hydrogen, took its first turns in France on the tracks of the Centre d'Essais Ferroviaires[1] in Valenciennes (in the north of France) in the presence of Jean-Baptiste Djebarri, French Minister Delegate to the Minister of Ecological Transition, responsible for Transport, and Jean-Baptiste Eyméoud, President of Alstom France.

Volker Rail News

VolkerRail installs new track layout at Bristol Temple Meads

As part of Network Rail’s Bristol Rail Regeneration project, VolkerRail has helped transform the way trains come in and out of Bristol Temple Meads.


Railtex/Infrarail 2021 opens tomorrow

As the whole railway industry gathers at last, Mack-Brooks Exhibitions shares major announcement

Mcd Mosmetro News

The launch of the third above-ground metro line will influence the ecology in Moscow

The environmental situation in Moscow has markedly improved over the past few years. In many respects, this is due to the transport infrastructure: more and more Muscovites are driving through the city by public transport, as well as actively using bicycles and electric cars. However, rail transport is the most eco-friendly, so today all the world mega-cities are focused on its development.

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