As we enter the era of 5G, rail operators now have a game-changing opportunity to modernize aging railway infrastructures, creating new applications, revenue streams and operating models based on mobile broadband capabilities.
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Future Railway Mobile Communication System (FRMCS) is the single global standard for railway communications, and the successor to GSM-R. FRMCS improves safety, automation, communications, maintenance and customer experience.
From day one, 5G will fully support the mission-critical needs of rail operators and the FRMCS framework, with ultra-reliable, high-speed, low latency networks that enable faster communications, and support new technologies like AI and machine learning.
Nokia is the leading railway communications solutions provider and, together with Nokia Bell Labs, is developing an innovative 5G portfolio that’s tested and proven in the field along with major mobile network operators.
Railway-News magazine Issue 3, September 2022: Nokia - Now Arriving at Track 4.0: Tomorrow’s Innovations Can’t Run On Today’s Connectivity.
Railway-News magazine Issue 2, June 2022: Nokia - Now Arriving at Track 4.0.
A proven secure and resilient broadband communications system to support safety-critical and safety-related railway applications.
Nokia offers in-depth expertise on railway cyber-security, providing a robust, end-to-end strategy to address challenges of cyber-attacks.
5G offers a major opportunity for railway operators to transform their operations, improving safety and optimizing costs.
National Capital Region Transport Corporation (NCRTC) is using Nokia solutions to set up the Regional Rapid Transit System (RRTS).
Nokia has been selected by Western Australia's PTA to design, build and maintain a next generation railway communications system in Perth.
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