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UK researchers and Siemens develop new sensor to inspect track conditions

The University of Huddersfield’s Institute of Railway Research (IRR) in the UK is working with Siemens to develop a new sensor able to turn every rail vehicle into a track monitor to inspect the condition of rails and track beds.
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