Connected Rail solution was developed by a transportation focused engineering team to address the needs and outcomes of a modernizing transit agency. In short, it is a set of validated reference architectures, design documentation, and implementation guides that were also co-created with global rail industry stakeholders. The solution is comprised of the appropriate data center, wired and wireless networking, security, software and services necessary to enable the most demanding rail applications. Further, Cisco Connected Rail consists of three primary systems Cisco Connected Train, Connected Trackside, and Connected Station. Through proven and well-established standards based technologies, Cisco Connected Rail solutions maximize implementation success and significantly reduce installation risk, cost and deployment time.
Cisco Connected Rail helps you:
Oftentimes, sunk costs hold investment back. Yet encouraging operators to consider ROI over a longer term can lead them to build a foundational future infrastructure and concurrently solve these problems with Cisco Connected Rail:
The optimal scenario is a converged network that complements existing systems while enabling smooth migration to next-generation capabilities. This is possible with Cisco Connected Rail, whose architecture includes validated network designs for Connected Train, Trackside, and Station.
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.
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