Title: Accelerating rail digitalization with private wireless networks
Time: On demand
Duration: 1 hour
The digitalization of railway operations is envisioned to increase capacity, reduce cost, improve service quality and reliability, and maximize asset usage and efficiency. Communications technologies, play a key role in this digital transformation, including 5G/FRMCS, next-generation train to ground, LTE/5G private wireless and IP/optical backbone.
This webinar explores how mission-critical communications networks can enable new signalling, train control, and digital applications for modern railways to be more productive and prepared for the next age of Industry 4.0.
Reliable connectivity with mission-critical LTE/5G private wireless and IP/optical backbone communications networks
Enhanced broadband services in metro railways with next generation train to ground communications
Improved rail yard processes and productivity with better connectivity
Key use cases showcasing improved flexibility, efficiency, automation and security
Case studies in deployments and research activities
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Head of Rail
Karsten received the Dipl.-Ing. (FH) degree in communications engineering from the University of Applied Sciences ‘Fachhochschule für Technik’ Mannheim, Germany. As Head of Rail at Nokia, he is responsible for expanding Nokia’s business in the railway sector with a focus on the future of rail communication (e.g. FRMCS, 5G), cyber-security for railways and analytics.
Telecom Networks Solution Director
Pierre joined Alstom 15 years ago to set-up the Networks & Telecom department in charge of building and delivering solutions for the railway and urban rail segments. He contributes to Alstom’s transformation by introducing new telecom technologies for the benefit of rail digitalisation, including LTE and 5G/FRMCS.
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