As part of the Digitale Schiene Deutschland sector initiative, DB Netz AG, Thales, SYSGO, Fraunhofer IESE, University of Rostock and ESE, have taken a first important step in this direction and have developed the basic architecture of a "SIL 4 Cloud". ...
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Thales has specified a Safe Computing Platform for future rail operations with railway operators and industry
Railways and industry players have jointly developed a first version of the specification of the possible Application Programming Interface (API) between railway applications and the Safe Computing Platform.
Climate change is a real and growing threat. It is becoming increasingly urgent for countries and businesses across the world, to protect the planet for future generations. Railways play a vital role in this scenario, sup-porting the economy and connecting communities, ...
18 Sep 2019
September 18 - 20, 2019
Drone surveillance can improve the safety of rail infrastructure, either as eyes in the sky or on tracks as the ‘rail bot ’ of the future. Thales optronics, infrared sensors, connectivity and AI are the keys. A must read, now.
Digital transformation in the railway industry
Just one example is Thales’ new fibre-optic axle counter, which not only detects trains as they pass, but analyses their weight and calculates the number of passengers per carriage. Read more about the new connected tech of rail infrastructure. ...
With the industry still focused on providing automated solutions, Thales is preparing the next revolution in transport: autonomous, self-driving trains.
Making big data speak is unlocking treasure for mass transit operators and commuters through Thales's pioneering Big Data Analytics platform.