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Today's challenges and opportunities for a sustainable railway transport connectivity

Railways appear today as one of the most environmentally friendly means of transportation. However, the railway sector shows some important challenges to face. The pandemic offers an opportunity for railway manufacturers to turn the challenges into an opportunity to increase the environmental attention and the comparative advantages of the rail transportation.

The train of the future will have higher needs in terms of bandwidth, functionalities and service quality: digitalisation, CO2 footprint, smart power distribution, operational standardization and regulations compliance are key areas of opportunities for the railway post-pandemic sector to improve their competitiveness.

Join our experts to learn more on how the railway transportation can win today’s challenges and enhance sustainability.

Key Learning Objectives

  • How miniaturization can help increase the number of passengers per train
  • How high-speed data transmission can improve operational efficiency and passenger experience satisfaction
  • How complex electrical power requirements can be managed safely and efficiently in a critical environment


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