Rail Network Planning refers to the planning, forecasting and assessment of the rail network as a system. The suppliers listed here provide services such as network capacity modelling, operating costs planning, timetable planning, rolling stock capacity assessments, passenger demand forecasting and revenue forecasting.
Ricardo Rail are a global rail consultancy providing technical expertise, assurance and specialist engineering services.
Consultancy, Technology and System Integration: Maintenance crew safety applications, digital twin, smart solutions for railway, and more.
Digital Solutions for Public Transport: ETC is the leading SaaS supplier for mobility providers in the rail and bus sectors.
Peter Füglistaler, Director Swiss Federal Office of Transport, describes how digital transformation can help achieve sustainable targets.
An Austrian/Swiss research team led by netwiss OG is looking for ways to use night trains in daytime traffic and increase their efficiency.
An interview with Martin Gleadow, Solution Architect of 3Squared, on his thoughts about the upcoming Rail Live 2022 event.
Joseph Doppelbauer discusses how the pandemic has affected passenger travel and the key steps to bring passenger rail up to speed.
Maintaining you passenger information system, through evolving software hosted in the Cloud, future-proofs your railway ecosystem.
In this FINCONS interview, Josef Doppelbauer, Executive Director at the ERA, explains the complexities of a sustainable European railway.
Emeg® Group welcomes Adam Connell to the team as Commercial Director, with responsibility for the commercial management of projects.
Railway-News magazine Issue 5, November 2021: PTV Group - Network Rail Adopts New PTV Solution for Station Capacity Analysis
TUSP allows railway workers to orientate themselves in the field, request closures for objects they interact with and document work done.
In order to verify the acceptability of the flow of passengers, ProRail has commissioned a study using PTV Viswalk, a pedestrian simulation software by PTV.
Zurich Public Transport's existing PTV Viseva model was extended. PTV MaaS Modeller was then used to analyse the interaction between supply and demand.
Applying PTV Viswalk to determine the effects of the planned complete redesign of Lausanne main station on pedestrian flows.
To best meet capacity requirements, SBB has relied heavily on PTV Group's PTV Visum since 2001 for strategic planning and analysis.
Highways England and Centro, have committed to one multi-strategic transport model, PRISM, which has been set up with PTV Visum.