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Digital Backbone
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ADRIAN SWINDELLS explains how matching the right industrial PCs to the task in hand requires thought and forward planning

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Future today
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In an era of service disruption and inescapable economic uncertainty choosing the right technology can help rail companies to delight their customers. TERRY DUNN explains

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Intelligent train
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With the advent of connectivity and intelligent onboard data collection, the aerospace sector’s servitisation model looks set to transform performance in the rail sector. JUSTIN SOUTHCOMBE shares his views

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Cubic 140 a
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With a history that stretches back to 1951, U.S.-based Cubic Corporation, parent company to Cubic Transportation Systems Limited, today represents a leading solutions provider to the defence, security and transportation markets

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Perpetuum 132 a
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Having revolutionised the way large amounts of information can be gathered perpetually, Perpetuum has become the world leader in vibration harvester powered wireless sensing systems

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ADComms specialises in providing end-to-end technology based systems integration services across a range of sectors with a focus on transportation and critical national infrastructure utilising fixed and mobile network systems

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The way forward
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Nigel Hyslop, president and managing director UK at Global Payments, discusses the relentless rollout of contactless ticketing across the rail network, and the new IT, payment choices and mobile apps that are powering its progress

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California High Speed
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Transportation engineering company JL Patterson & Associates’ deployed a eBee RTK drone to survey a 30-mile rail corridor for the new California high-speed rail system. The result: phenomenal data accuracy, completed the job in a quarter of the time of terrestrial surveying, and at half the cost of employing manned aerial services

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Using rail intelligence
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Prof ANDREW STARR reports on progress with AUTONOM, a project collaboratively run between Cranfield University and Network Rail that is researching an autonomous maintenance system combining asset health with planning, scheduling and an assessment of the costs

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Cubic Issue 129 a
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With roots reaching back as far as 1951, Cubic Transportation Systems has a proud heritage that recognises that efficient mobility remains a key driver for economic growth

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