The global rail market is rapidly growing. Densely populated cities seek more efficient transportation strategies. Plus, cities are trying to respond to population growth, safety concerns, and shrinking operations budgets. Meanwhile, constraints to existing rail networks are challenging. New, innovative railway operations approaches are needed.
As rail networks expand, governments face increased pressure to elevate safety measures to protect citizens and the environment from train collisions. Train collisions and related accidents create additional burdens for railway operators working within tight operational budgets. Collisions endanger citizens, train drivers, maintenance workers, passengers and can disrupt the global supply chain’s flow of goods. Supply chain disruptions can also create significant economic damage to an increasingly fragile global system.
Cities are taking advantage of new technologies such as advanced sensors and cameras and Artificial Intelligence (AI), to access real-time analytics and predictive insights. Intel-powered railway solutions combine integrated hardware and software to consolidate different use case applications at the edge of networks. When rail operators use existing in-vehicle computers and accelerators, Intel-based solutions digitally connect railcars and operators to help create a safe, efficient, and convenient railway fleet.
Intel and its global ecosystem of partners have developed a Train Collision Avoidance System (TCAS) solution. This safety system for trains and wayside maintenance vehicles offers advanced obstacle monitoring and detection of rail tracks and surrounding environments for potentially hazardous situations. Using a combination of sensors, like Artificial Intelligence (AI) and advanced software processing, the system can help accurately detect obstacles, alert train drivers and maintenance vehicles operators, and perform automated corrective actions.
Railway-News magazine Issue 3 2022: End-to-End Solutions Based on Intel® Technologies Help Simplify Operators’ Journeys to Smarter Railways.
Intel has developed the necessary ingredients for an Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) to help reduce human-error-caused accidents.
Intel and its global ecosystem of partners have collaborated to develop a Positive Train Control (PTC) system to help reduce human-error caused accidents.
ADLINK is working with Intel to develop, test and deploy the technology solutions that will enable a smarter, safer, and efficient railway ecosystem.
Intel Corporation and its global ecosystem of partners have developed an Automated Fare Collection (AFC) system.
Intel and its global ecosystem of partners have collaborated on a Pantograph Catenary Monitoring System (PCMS) solution.
Intel and its global ecosystem of partners have developed an end-to-end Automated Fare Collection (AFC) system.
Intel and its global ecosystem of partners have developed a Train Collision Avoidance System (TCAS) solution.
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