Germany: The company and its 16 partners plan to create a system of standards for testing and applying AI in regional trains.
Russia: The company is working on the certification of a bogie for a 25-t axle load. R&D is also underway in the direction of telematics and a pre-design study of a two-axle bogie for 140 km/h railcars is being carried out.
South Africa: A new tender is planned to be announced. This became possible after a court decision to suspend the contracts for the supply of 1,064 locomotives, concluded in 2014.
Russia: The R&D Institute of RZD reported on the successful declaration of hardware and software components of its computer vision system for compliance with the TR EAEU 001/2011 technical regulations.
Russia: Andrey Romanchikov, Managing Director for the Intelligent Control Systems Development at TMH, CEO of TMH Smart Systems Group, told about the company's activities in digital solutions for rolling stock.Advertising
Germany: A fleet of four 3-car GoA2 trains with automated start-up, acceleration, braking and stopping functions has been put into commercial operation on a section of the S-Bahn urban rail system in Hamburg.
From the beginning of the month, the Spanish manufacturer has announced orders in the USA, Germany, France and Australia for the supply of almost 400 trams of various modifications.
USA: Wabtec and the Kazakhstan Temir Zholy national railway operator signed a memorandum of understanding for the prospective delivery of 150 battery shunters, as well as on the mainline fleet overhauling for LNG traction.
Russia: The manufacturer offered the lowest price. The vehicles should begin to be delivered a year after the contract is signed.