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Security

Explosive situation
Features

With security at unprecidented levels people movement and security experts SIMON BABES and FATHI TARADA review the lessons learned from the February firebomb attack on the Hong Kong MTR, and how we can build a safer Crossrail

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Bluetooth
Features

In modern society where the latest technology is embedded everywhere, how can on-board security be left to chance? SIMON WILLIAMSON explores the options for securing rail passenger belongings with bluetooth access control

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birmingham-investment
News

Birmingham invests £1bn to maximise the benefits of HS2
Northern Europe’s largest security camera deployment reduces public transport crime by 25%
Virtual reality glasses are introduced for railway maintenance in Boston, MA
Hitachi becomes first manufacturer authorised to install in-cab signalling in the UK

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Cybersecurity
Features

VALENTIN GAPANOVICH, senior vice president, Russian Railways, EFIM ROZENBERG, first deputy director general, NIIAS JSC and SERGEY GORDEYCHIK, deputy CTO, Kaspersky Lab, discuss a mission-centric approach to cybersecurity for computer-based railway signalling and interlocking systems

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An ear to the ground
Features

With security increasligly critical to safe and efficient rail operations, PETER DERRY considers the benefits of distributed acoustic sensing (DAS), the ease with which it could be implemented and the potential risks

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Security Issue 126
Features

Unmanned aerial vehicles, commonly known as drones, have soared in popularity in recent years. Peter Derry, innovations director at Interserve, assesses the possibilities and contingent risks of using drones for security purposes in the rail industry, as well as their wider applicability for the sector

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