Frequentis works to bring train and track together leveraging IoT to improve predictability, safety and incident handling to bring about smarter railways. Could asset monitoring reduce operating costs?
As a carbon-efficient mode of transport, demand for rail travel is high for both commuters and the transport of goods. Railways must keep up with technology advances that support the cost- effective running of services to ensure railway performance meets expectations for on-time services, improved safety and ride quality, all while considering cost savings for railway operators.
Real-time information sharing is key for effective incident handling and keeping passengers moving, but what else do we need to enable prediction and prevention?
In the event of an incident on the railway the time taken to resolve it is key; the best way to manage any incident is for all stakeholders to work together and coordinate. By sharing information across the entire national network, linking assets and communicating in real- time, a common operational picture is created. Frequentis achieves this with its event management Software as a Service (SaaS) tool to monitor and compute a wide variety of sensor data which is capable of handling any kind of occurrence and predicting the operational consequences. The software is a highly effective decision-making support tool, sharing real-time information and communicating critical information seamlessly with other systems and users on the network.
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