The benefits available from succesfully deploying new technologies are huge, however as with any major project, there are a number of challenges that must be overcome in what can be a complex process. The best way to ensure a positive roll-out is to choose the right solutions provider to work with. And it’s in the making of these decisions where the origins of this guide began. Soon after our launch in 2013, we began being asked who was supplying the technology in our stories and how best people could get in contact with those providers. We are proud to have put several operators and solutions providers in contact who are now working together on some very exciting projects.
With these enquires in mind, the demand for new solutions growing, and with one of our key aims being to help foster technological engagement across the industry, we launched last year, our first Rail and Metro Innovation Guide. And we are proud to return with an even bigger comprehensive annual resource containing the leading service and technology suppliers to the global rail and metro industry.
Our 2017 guide has had over 55,000 page views, so if you used it, you are in good company. And today we are proud to launch the 2018 edition
Examples of pages within the Rail and Metro Innovation Guide 2018.
Whether your focus is IT & Data, Signalling & train Control, Rolling Stock Technology, Passenger Service & Fare Collection, Safety & Security, Engineering, Procurement and Construction, Professional Services & Consultancies and two new categories for this year Urban Mobility and Telecommunications and Connectivity this is the guide for you.
The Rail and Metro Innovation Guide 2018 is more than just a list of companies. Designed for senior executives, managers and procurement officers, this high quality publication will be a valuable reference tool for all working in rail technology.
Divided into sections focussed on key areas, it’s designed to enable rail and metro professionals to search quickly and easily for the supplier or service required and then contact them directly.
Clicking the above link opens the page-turner (you may need to download flash) and if you wish to download the guide as a PDF, please click the icon in the top right corner.
As well as the page-turner there’s also a complete only set of listings here on SmartRail World.
Thanks to all our contributors, advertisers and partners who helped make this guide possible. The 2019 edtion will be published on 5th September 2018, with a deadline for content and adverts of 17th August 2018.