Germany: Members of DB’s infrastructure division InfraGo and a representative of the software development company dSPACE talked about one of the key aspects of the deployment of unmanned rail transport.
Brief overview of key events and news in the rail rolling stock markets.
Germany: The firm part of the German national operator's tender includes 33 trains designed to operate at a maximum speed of 300 km/h.
Germany: Together with its cooperation partner NVIDIA, DSD presented a photo-realistic digital twin of a railway line for fully automation operation.
EU: Over 2,500 Traxx locomotives have been sold across Europe, North America, Africa, and Central and South Asia, Alstom says.
The highest grade of automation, GoA4, has become familiar for metro and monorail and will soon be adopted in other segments of railway transport.
Germany: A new electric train started passenger service between Frankfurt and Cologne. Deutsche Bahn ordered 73 Velaro MS (ICE 3neo) trains for €2.5 bln to be delivered by 2029.
Germany: The producers have won a tender from DB Fernverkehr. Once the development of the two concepts is completed, a further tender for the production of the first batch of trains is expected to be announced.
Germany: Alstom, Hitachi Rail, Siemens Mobility, Stadler and a number of other players unveiled their trains. At the same time, new solutions of locomotive-hauled passenger coaches were presented by Deutsche Bahn.