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The 3-day event is a key date in Nomad’s calendar as it provides the opportunity to showcase our presence in shaping the future of rail technology.
Samantha Link, Global Talent & Development Manager continues her passionate review of Learning@Nomad Week in the second and final part of her interview.
As Quarter Four (Q4), otherwise known as “high ridership season” approaches, we take a detailed look at how Covid-19 may affect high ridership around the globe and how rail operators can remain proactive.
The longer train journey is certainly becoming a travel trend this year. It is rising to the forefront of consumers’ minds for many reasons, but the dominant factor is that train travel is the most environmental means of transportation.
Samantha Link is Nomad Digital’s Global Talent & Development Manager. In part one of her interview, she discusses the benefits associated with Learning @ Nomad Week. Benefits include development, wellbeing and social.
Within an organisation, every single person is working towards the same quality standards and depending on the type of organisation, there will be a variation in the accountabilities each employee takes.
Travelling by bus within the UK has always been a popular, affordable and an effective means of travel. In this article, we will focus on how the connected bus will benefit the operator.
Today, technology advancements are progressing in the rail industry and are bridging the gap for some of the latest software innovations. This means a passenger's journey could become near to totally digital.