Topic: Software

One of the Impuls trainset used in Lower Silesia

Poland: hackers used to unblock trains?

In Poland, train manufacturer Newag is taking legal action against a maintenance company which was able to unlock the on-board computers of its trains thanks to hackers. According to the hackers, these trains were locking...Read more
|1 comment|author: Frédéric de Kemmeter
Castlerock,Northern Ireland. June 3rd 2016. Translink, Northern Ireland railway service emerging from the tunnel at Downhill

Translink and SISCOG partner in northern Ireland

Translink, Northern Ireland’s public transport provider, and Portuguese software company SISCOG have signed a 5-year contract. SISCOG software will be used to establish train schedules, plan and allocate rail assets and crew, and oversee day-to-day operations.Read more
|Comment|author: Emma Dailey
Freight train running through suburban Edinburgh station with sunset behind

Software solution for tight fit UK gauge

UK-based rail gauging experts D/Gauge are set to release their new ‘Rift’ software package to the industry at large. The Derby headquartered specialists say the clearance assessment software will transform the safety-critical and commercially-sensitive process....Read more
|Comment|author: Esther Geerts