We like to provide our own insights and thoughts via our blog and industry articles.
As the transportation industry develops and evolves, the use of data has never been more crucial in completing the intelligent journey and improving passenger experience. In this article, we will dissect Real Time Data and Big Data and how they positively affect the rail industry.
Providing a single maintainer-friendly view of the train involves the ability to predict failures, highlight hidden problems and issue real-time alerts when failures happen.
The railway industry is undergoing a new ‘golden age’, in light of the current environmental emergency scenario - rail transport for both people and goods, is a great way to help.
Train systems generate a huge amount of data – a standard EMU generates in excess of 5,000 signals, equivalent to 2GB of data per train per day.