Siemens Mobility is presenting the new Mireo Smart train today. It enables operators to quickly expand their capacity and ensures profitable operation thanks to its attractive price, low maintenance costs and very high degree of reliability.
Despite the Covid-19 context, Alstom preserved its innovation capabilities with a sustained level of research and development net costs at €125 million, i.e. 3.6% of sales, in the first half of 2020/21.
Six groups of 60kg/m-12 GLC turnouts were assembled at the Railway Turnout Workshop of China Railway Baoji Bridge Group Co., Ltd. (CRBBG), a subsidiary of China Railway Hi-Tech Industry Co., Ltd., and then shipped to Laos on October 29.
HUBER+SUHNER, a leading global supplier of optical and electricity connectivity solutions, has today revealed the latest updates to its range of SENCITY® Rail antennas, providing the industry with unparalleled quality, performance, and approvals for railway applications.
The company delivering Britain’s new high speed rail network has today (Monday 9 November 2020) announced the names of the five new cutting-edge tech firms that will join HS2 Ltd’s Innovation Accelerator programme.
The technology company Continental ensures optimal suspension of the Hamburger Hochbahn AG (HOCHBAHN): All trains of the latest generation of DT5 vehicles drive with air springs from the specialist for suspension and vibration damping: two pieces per bogie – clearly visible on the underside of the train.
The Vectron Dual Mode locomotive from Siemens Mobility received authorization for operation in Germany from the Federal Railway Authority (EBA) on October 29, 2020. To date, Railsystems RP, Mindener Kreisbahnen GmbH, and Stern & Hafferl have ordered the Vectron Dual Mode.