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The early years of train technology where undoubtedly dominated by Britain and later by the United States. But is that still the case? We set out to find the players who are currently exporting the best rail technology around the globe.
We also take a look at Deutsche Bahn’s digital research train, which promises to “shorten the path from idea to reality” by putting technologies such as 5G, sensor and obstacle detection, as well as real-time train localisation to the test.
After the European Commission issued a formal notice to Spain that it is suspected of not meeting EU requirements for rail safety, we ask: is there something rotten at the core of Spanish rail accident investigations?
And finally, the Institution of Mechanical Engineers tells us why. and where, hydrail is a viable option for UK's railways.
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