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'Using Data to Enhance Rail and Metro Operational Performance' industry guide now published.

Posted by Luke Upton on Mar 8, 2017

Data Guide Cover.pngManagement consulting firm McKinsey calls Big Data ‘the next frontier for innovation, competition and productivity’ and the rail industry is now, in its own way, committed to exploring its full potential. Today’s rail and metro network typically has a combination of physical, virtual and cloud infrastructures supported on a mix of legacy and modern platforms. The digitisation of the industry we’ve seen over the past decade has accelerated these changes and offers huge potential to improve rail and metro operational performance. The challenge is being able to access this data, interpret it and make actionable and positive decisions based upon what it tells us. So to further help the industry take advantage of the data revolution we have spoken to leading experts and practitioners from around the world from both rail and metro operators, key consultants and solutions providers.

And the result is the 22nd digital guide in our series - Using Data to Enhance Rail and Metro Operational Performance – and we’d like to invite you to download it today to give you the crucial intelligence you need to develop your abilities in this area.  

Download for free: Using Data to Enhance Rail and Metro Operational Performance

Click here to read the digital guide - Using Data to Enhance Rail and Metro Operational Performance

This rail industry guide wouldn’t have been possible without our guide sponsor, Kontron, a global leader in embedded computing technology and a pioneer in secure IoT platform solutions. Kontron’s standards-based commercial off the shelf (COTS) and custom products offer transportation OEMs worldwide presence and experience. Each global and local application in rail demands specific computing technology, answered effectively with Kontron’s wide product portfolio and extensive experience in these transportation segments. Thanks also to Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise and Willowglen Systems for their support.

And many thanks to all the contributors from rail and metro operators for sharing their time and helping make our 22nd digital guide join our growing library of SmartRail World Intelligence reports. 

Our next digital guide is: Protecting rail and metro from cyber security threats, published week commencing 20th March - we have two opportunities remaining to be featured, if you'd like to learn more - 

Topics: IT and WiFi

Luke Upton

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