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ETAS provides innovative solutions for developing embedded systems used within the automotive and railway industries.
The new signalling system aimed to upgrade the UK's rail network could be exposed to cyber attack, resulting in a serious train crash, according to a leading scientist.
Jewers are rapidly being recognised in the rail industry as a key partner for the design, manufacture and installation of industrial doors for train and tram depots.
French train manufacturer Alstom has received two contracts worth approximately €170m from Italian train operator Trenitalia to deliver 25 additional Jazz regional trains.
In 2015 it will be five years since the foundation of CAF's subsidiary specialised in railways signalling: CAF Signalling.
Mechan are to exhibit at the forthcoming Railtex 2015 event.
Stadler Rail has secured a €280m contract from Dutch passenger railway operator Nederlandse Spoorwegen (NS) to deliver 58 FLIRT trains.
Airquick will be attending Railtex 2015 at the NEC, Birmingham 12 -14 May.
Crime fighting forensic specialist SmartWater has received a five-year contract from the UK's Network Rail to support the organisation's crime prevention strategy.
Nottingham-based architect firm CPMG has designed the Bombardier facility for Crossrail trains in Derby, UK, marking a significant progress in this £12.5m project.
The Australian Government has approved the first tranche of $15.5m in funding towards the implementation of the advanced train management system (ATMS) project.
On the same day that a Japanese Maglev train broke its own record to reach a speed of 603kph, an online report claimed that an Irish train had also entered the record books for "the World's slowest WiFi connection".
Canada's Ontario Government is investing to bring improvements across the GO Transit network, in a bid to increase transit ridership, reduce travel times, manage congestion, connect people to jobs, and improve the economy.
The quest for industry specialisation has driven innovation.
September 11, 2001 changed the face of security not only in the United States, but in other countries as well. The world has seen an increasing number of security threats, and most of these acts of terrorism focus on areas with the biggest payload.
Emaar Properties has unveiled the Dubai Trolley, the world's first hydrogen-powered, zero-emission street trolley tram.
For the use in rough mechanical, climatic, chemical and electrical environments, POLYRACK presents its developed ATR system (Air Transportation Rack).
Luxembourg-based flexible technical insulation provider Armacell is set to launch the first closed-cell insulation material, designed to offer greater fire safety for railway passenger vehicles.
The Northern Hub and North-West Electrification programme constitutes a series of upgrades to the railway in the north of England, UK, to provide better connectivity, faster journey times and improved capacity.
UK rail operator South West Trains is set to introduce a new technology on its trains to enhance reliability and punctuality across the network.