Compact, rugged, secure wireless routers for demanding utility, infrastructure and transportation applications. Westermo has launched a new range of industrial cellular wireless products designed to provide resilient data communications for remote sites.
Ultra-compact, high-performance Edge intelligence systems. Impulse Embedded, a leading provider of industrial computing systems and solutions can now supply the EAC-2000 series from Vecow. These ultra-compact, high-performance Edge intelligence systems leverage the NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX SOM chip.
Europe's major Infrastructure Managers and Railway Undertakings endorsed a Joint Vision for the Sector on Digital Capacity Management. RailNetEurope, Forum Train Europe, the Rail Freight Forward initiative, the Community of European Railway and Infrastructure Companies, European Rail Infrastructure Managers and the European Rail Freight Association have published the cornerstones of the future of Digital Capacity Management (DCM)
The Moscow Central Diameters (MCD) is a new major passenger transport project. It is one of the main projects of the new Moscow transport framework. With the launch of the MCD-3 and MCD-4 in Moscow, there will be 12 hubs where passengers will be able to make interchanges between the diameters.
Constantine tramway extension ready for residents traveling between the old and new city. Alstom, in consortium with Cosider put into commercial service the extension of the Constantine tram line for Entreprise Métro d’Alger.
Alstom has delivered the 100th, and final Flexity light rail vehicle (LRV) to its customer, the Department of Transport in Victoria. As Australia’s only end-to-end manufacturer of LRVs, Alstom designed the vehicles to meet the specific characteristics of the Melbourne tram network, including increased accessibility.
A new major passenger transport project is being implemented in Moscow: the Moscow Central Diameters (MCD). It is one of the main projects of the new Moscow transport framework. The Rizhskaya hub will become one of the largest hubs in Moscow, it will consist of three above-ground metro lines, two underground metro lines, suburban railway transport and in the future first Russian high-speed railway (HSR).