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Freight Trains in Britain to be Upgraded With New Digital Technology

A less congested, better performing railway comes a step closer to reality today, with the signing of a major, multi-million pound contract that will ultimately see freight trains in Great Britain upgraded with technology to make them safer, make better use of the network, and provide greater flexibility in the timetable.

New Futuristic Trains for TransPennine Express Take Shape

TransPennine Express customers are a step closer to experiencing brand new, high quality trains as Hitachi begins work on intercity fleet to start service in 2019.

Siemens to Deliver Fully Automated People Movers for Bangkok

Siemens is set to deliver 6 fully Automated People Movers for Interlink Communication Public Company Limited, to connect the current and new satellite terminal at the Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok, Thailand.

Deutsche Bahn’s ICE 4 Begins Regular Service

Deutsche Bahn AG (DB) is introducing the ICE 4 into regular service, thus reaching a further project milestone right on schedule. Initially, five trains will operate on the routes between Hamburg and Munich and Hamburg and Stuttgart

Transformation Not Disruption – Creating Tomorrow’s Passenger Experiences

Innovation in customer experience is a necessary step if companies want to remain competitive argues Matt Round, tangerine’s Chief Creative Officer, at Railway Interiors Expo 2017. His talk, ‘Transformation not Disruption’ explores four key areas: what do we mean by customer experience, why is it important to innovate along the customer journey, how can we achieve innovation and what could innovation deliver in rail?

Digitalisation Drives Automation in Track Maintenance

A massive innovation boost increases the level of automation, expands data networks and, ultimately, raises efficiency and working quality in mechanised track maintenance and construction.

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