Modernizing Rail Systems for Interoperability, Scalability and Safety

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Stephan Wagner, Research and Development Engineer for SYSGO and Maxx Becker, Senior Field Application Engineer at RTI

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Despite investments in the latest equipment, many rail systems continue to face challenges in managing and optimizing connectivity. How can rail operators design one system to collect and monitor data from fast-moving trains operating through remote terrain; close interoperability gaps between countries and rail carriers; share data between legacy and modern equipment; and push out critical system updates to assets in motion? On March 15, join SYSGO and RTI to learn how a data-centric architecture built on a safety-certified foundation enables the necessary connectivity, flexibility and scalability needed for modern rail systems. The speakers will discuss and demonstrate a safety-certified approach to system design using standards-based, Commercial Off-the-Shelf software. This integrated, scalable connectivity solution enables legacy and ATO sub-systems to be seamlessly integrated regardless of system hardware. The demonstration will illustrate how to break down communication silos for faster uptake and deployment of projects that enable technological leadership and system-wide optimization in rail.
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