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Five new rail freight companies extend interconnection and enhance cross border freight handling thanks to Hit Rail

A host of new customers making use of Hit Rail connectivity and interoperability solutions has significantly improved the interconnection of European Railway Undertakings (RUs) and Infrastructure Managers (IMs), helping to facilitate rail freight movements across Europe. Five new contracts signed in 2017 with companies from three countries see Hit Rail''s cybersecure Hermes Virtual Private Network (VPN) more and more at the heart of the continent''s rail freight movements, d ...


12.02.2018

ERA confirms compliance for Hit Rail’s Path Request Web App for train operations across Europe

Brussels, 15 November 2017 – Hit Rail’s H20 Path Request tool, one of its new services designed to enable railways to meet the European Technical Specifications for Interoperability (TSI), has been verified by the European Union Agency for Railways (ERA) as fully compliant. This opens the way for rail organisations to streamline their processes for handling path requests across Europe without needing to invest the resources to develop their own TSI tools. Created as a Web App, hosted in Hit Rai ...


15.11.2017

CyberSecurity4Rail Conference in Brussels agrees need for closer cooperation and steps towards an EU-wide rail industry ISAC

Brussels, 09 October 2017 – Last week’s CyberSecurity4Rail conference, held in Brussels for senior members of the rail industry and information security experts, has strongly endorsed the formation of a sector-driven pan-European Rail ISAC (Information Sharing and Analysis Centre). Conference speakers and delegates heard wide-ranging debate on how to effectively combat cyber-crime and cyber-attack and the panel sessions revealed a strong consensus for a structured approach to co-operation in the ...


09.10.2017

CyberSecurity4Rail Conference to respond to growing threat of cyber attacks in Europe’s digital rail systems and networks

Brussels, 24 May 2017 – A key conference in digital security for the rail industry has been announced for later this year. Set to take place on 4th October 2017 in Brussels, the CyberSecurity4Rail event will bring together experts in cybercrime and digital security, plus leaders in ICT and representatives from transport and railway companies to discuss the threats and set out a vision for safer, more secure digital communications and data networks in the transport industry. The recent ransomwa ...


24.05.2017

Hit Rail and AlmavivA sign strategic cooperation agreement for IT and interoperability services to the European rail industry

Brussels, 06 March 2017 – A new strategic cooperation agreement between interoperability experts Hit Rail b.v. and AlmavivA, Italy’s leading provider of ICT services for the transportation and logistics sector, is set to bring increased connectivity and high performance systems to the railway industry in the face of new European Technical Specifications for Interoperability (TSI) in both passenger and freight sectors. The two companies have agreed to combine their expertise and work together wh ...


06.03.2017

Official start in November for ST4RT rail interoperability project funded by Shift2Rail

Brussels, 19 December 2016 – A new project funded by a €1M grant, after successfully answering to an Open Call of Shift2Rail (S2R-OC-IP4-02-2016), was launched in November with the aim of harmonising the language and data formats used by many railway operators across Europe. ST4RT (Semantic Transformations for Rail Transportation) is the result of an eight-member consortium, coordinated by UNIFE. As one of the main partners of the project, Hit Rail will provide its HEROS platform as a web servic ...


19.12.2016

Hit Rail proudly welcomes Shift2Rail’s decision towards funding of ST4RT project

ST4RT project aims to significantly improve mutual understanding between heterogeneous rail data systems, contributing to better European rail interoperability Utrecht/Brussels, 21 June 2016 – A new project aimed at harmonising the language and data formats used by different railway operators in their systems has been granted initial approval towards funding by the Shift2Rail Joint Undertaking, a European rail initiative promoting research and innovation into new rail product solutions. The pro ...


21.06.2016



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