Antonics GmbH is a leading German developer and producer of innovative antenna system technology for trains.
Founded in 1992, NEXCOM is committed to being your top choice for railway computers, building intelligent solutions for rail applications.
Shahar Hania, CEO and Founder of Rail Vision, says it is time for trains to be fitted with advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS).
Rail Vision’s cutting-edge, A.I.-based obstacle detection technology is ushering in a new era of train safety.
Bosch Engineering is working on automated driving in rail traffic, pushing mobility transformation for the railway into the future.
In the expansion of the Egyptian rail network, the HÜBNER Group will be a supplier of important products for Siemens Mobility.
Škoda Group recently presented its own new anti-collision system for trams at the InnoTrans trade fair in Berlin.
The HÜBNER Group will be represented at this year’s InnoTrans in Berlin, focusing on new innovations and products for the rail vehicle market.
Since 2017, Bosch Engineering’s tram forward collision warning system (TFCW) has been used in passenger operations.
Railway-News magazine Issue 3 2022: End-to-End Solutions Based on Intel® Technologies Help Simplify Operators’ Journeys to Smarter Railways.
Railway-News magazine Issue 3, September 2022: EYYES - More Safety for Railway Traffic with Artificial Intelligence.
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 developed a Train Collision Avoidance System (TCAS) solution.
The Bosch tram collision warning system actively supports tram drivers in dangerous situations and increases passenger safety.
Rail Vision designs, develops and manufactures pioneering systems to improve railway safety & maintenance using sensors, AI & deep learning.
Rail Vision’s Main Line System is specially designed to detect and classify obstacles on and along rail tracks up to 2000 meters.