SNCF develops DACE: a system for ‘the intelligent detection of train anomalies’

2022, SNCF Réseau, Sergey Lapunin

SNCF’s rail network manager, SNCF and Rail Logistics Europe, an entity grouping its rail freight units, have deployed a system for “the intelligent detection of train anomalies.”

Author: Stuart Todd

1 comment op “SNCF develops DACE: a system for ‘the intelligent detection of train anomalies’”

bönström bönström|13.09.22|17:00

However, anomaly of Industry…, now decisively is to be dealt with!
(A New Old Railway is needed!
Other devices, by air and by sea upgrade for higher load – and lower costs, etc…)
For added capacity and utilisation of vast investment spent at existing, as all other public affairs, now Industry has to provide for basics, for safely limited stresses and forces by System. (Current traffic was not calculated for 100 years ago… 22, 5 ton the currently “allowed” has to be added, etc. )

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