Cisco has been partnering with transportation organisations across the globe for the past decade, moving the industry forward with technologies that can be integrated into existing and new infrastructure.
At InnoTrans we will be showcasing TSIP for the first time. TSIP (Train and Station Innovation for Performance) is a Network Rail initiative to trial technology solutions that will deliver quantifiable benefits and outcomes for the rail network. TSIP addresses real-world challenges with smart technology, bringing improvements to passenger experience, employee safety plus operations and maintenance.
As part of TSIP, Cisco is partnering not just with Network Rail Telecom, but with industry experts such as Intel, Telent, and Purple Transformation Group to help ideas become transformative solutions. Over 120 use case scenarios have already been identified to deliver improved performance and safety outcomes. TSIP will assess and develop these use cases focusing on economic, social and transport benefits.
One of the first innovative solutions from TSIP is the SiYtE platform. It utilises vision and IoT analytics to aggregate and visualise metadata from smart devices, providing the rail network with alerts and intelligence which is integral to all use cases.
Railway-News magazine Issue 3, 2023: The Importance of Cyber Security in the Rail Industry.
Railway-News magazine Issue 2, April 2023: Cisco - A Modern, Safe, Secure and Improved Passenger Experience.
As a leader in security, Cisco is ready to work with you to assess, mitigate,and respond to your cybersecurity requirements.
Cisco is a global leader in data and networking and provides a wide range of products to address connected mass transit solutions.
The Cisco Connected Rail solution validates the architecture for high-speed, robust wireless connectivity between train and trackside.
Cisco’s networking products and solutions provide the necessary foundation for securely solving railway networking challenges.
The Cisco Connected Rail solution was developed by an engineering team to address the needs of a modernising transit agency.
Railway-News magazine Issue 2, June 2022: Cisco - Innovative Technology for Today’s Smart Station.
Railway-News magazine Issue 5, November 2021: Cisco - Collaborative Solutions Are the Future.
The annual update for the Cisco Portfolio Explorer for Transportation has just been released, featuring 5 industry themes and 16 use cases.
Cisco welcomes you to join the team at Cisco Live 2023 to collaborate & share insight on ways to solve some of the world’s biggest challenges.
Cisco is evolving to a regenerative, circular model in which it reduces the resources it consumes and the waste it generates.
Oleg Karaman and Adam Sickmann from ThousandEyes Cisco, discuss the impacts of internet outages on the transportation industry.
In the most recent episode of Cisco's Coffee & Conversations podcast, the team discuss the rail & mass transit industry, innovations & more.
Andreas Nordgren at Cisco Meraki discusses the ways Computer Vision is making the transport sector safer and more efficient.
As ridership inches toward pre-pandemic levels, rail operators need to continue evolving their operations & improving passenger experience.
Cisco believes that new wireless access technologies working together will be crucial to build the networks the industry is demanding.
Cisco announces first outdoor Wi-Fi 6E ready access point and enhancements for industrial remote operations.
Cisco reviews the benefits of three wireless technologies: Wi-Fi 6 and 6E, public and private 5G, and Cisco Ultra-Reliable Wireless Backhaul.
Train and Station Innovation for Performance (TSIP) is maximising the benefits of smart technology to bring improvements to the railway industry.
To provide ultra-reliable, low latency connectivity, Cisco acquired Fluidmesh - now renamed Cisco Ultra-Reliable Wireless Backhaul.
Kyle Connor from Cisco discusses how the current pandemic is causing transport operators to embrace digitalisation in a new way.
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