Cojali S. L., the world leader in development of multi-brand diagnostics equipment and other technological solutions and components for commercial vehicle, has signed a contract with Knorr-Bremse, the global market leader for braking systems and a leading supplier of other rail and commercial vehicle equipment, to be part of the shareholding of the Spanish company.
Ricardo and MxV Rail have signed a Strategic Alliance Agreement that will bring together the two rail organisations’ engineering and testing capabilities to serve a burgeoning global rail and transit market.
EMU3000, a rail train car manufactured by Hitachi Ltd. (“Hitachi”) for the Taiwan Railway Administration (“TRA”) has received one of the world’s most prestigious design awards, the “iF DESIGN AWARD 2022”, jointly with the TRA.
The research project “Automated regional trains in Lower Saxony, Germany” is entering the next phase. Together with the German Aerospace Center (DLR) and the TU Berlin, Alstom is developing technical solutions to gradually digitise rail passenger transport in Germany.
An unprecedented partnership with France’s State-Owned Railway Company: these will be the first superconducting cables in France, and the first of their kind to be integrated into a rail supply network anywhere in the world. Nexans’ superconducting cables will help secure the electricity supply to the Paris Montparnasse sector.
95 per cent of the exhibition area at InnoTrans (20 – 23 September 2022) is currently occupied. Trade visitors can witness more than 100 vehicles on the Outdoor Display as well as 12 buses on the Bus Display, including many new products and world innovations.
Several countries have adopted Norwegian technology that provides great savings for the climate and society. If all of Europe followed suit, we could collectively save power corresponding to the consumption of 35 million households.