How Rail Technology Enables Sustainability by Reducing Carbon Emissions (and Costs)

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With many countries committing to 2050 net-zero carbon emissions targets, industries are investigating how to minimise their carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2-e) emissions to help meet this ambitious goal. Annual global CO2-e emissions continue to
rise, and as of 2019, were 36 billion tonnes – up from 22 billion tonnes in 1990.

Follow the link below to discover how the implementation of more efficient train driving, using Connected Driver Advice Systems (C-DAS) technology, can significantly reduce CO2-e emissions while also providing significant fuel and energy use savings.

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The Ability to Quality Check Any Timetable: NeTEx

The NeTEx Integrator is a very powerful tool for quality checking any timetable, including any short-term changes. It checks not just the trains, but can include replacement buses, rolling-stock, crews, commercial attributes, and seat reservation information.