Rail Operators from the US, Canada, UK, Sweden and Norway share experiences and find common ground.
Signature Rail provides agile, intuitive tools that empower planners, enabling the construction of timetables, allocation of crews and vehicles, and detection and resolution of conflicts before trains are put into action. This video explains how they work.
“In rail, something always goes wrong. We often say that Murphy works in rail. But not only Murphy; his whole family too!”
This comment from Vy’s (formerly Norwegian State Railways, NSB) Peter Hausken perfectly captures his keen sense of humour.
But dig a little deeper and you realise it also underlines what has made him such a powerful advocate for change.
With multiple technology solutions across different areas, Vy wanted to ensure all systems worked in harmony, supporting the production of effective plans that flow through to the day of operation. Special Advisor Peter Hausken explains how the team uses technology to manage disruptions, enabling better informed decisions and ensuring accuracy of information to passengers.
Antony Chilton-Murphy identifies current disrupters and drivers of change, and outlines how technology can serve as an ‘enabler’ – with specific focus on decision science as a way to manage the incredibly diverse and complex variables faced by today’s train planners.
Today’s UK Rail Sector Visualised For the UK rail sector, disruption is nothing new. From the cascading of rolling stock to electrification, franchise changes, timetable
We were interested to see our customer Swedish State Railways (SJ) recently highlighted on the International Railway Summit website. The article, authored by Sustainability Manager