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To what extent do you think rail assets must become more ‘connected’?
Passenger and freight traffic services are running at increasingly shorter intervals: The logistics industry is booming; towns and cities heavily rely on rail to achieve climate targets. At the same time, society and industry are increasingly going digital. All of which places greater demands on speed and reliability, while also giving rise to new business segments. Rail transport must not be allowed to lag behind here. With its cross-industry networking expertise and its intelligent mechanical systems, ZF can help rail vehicle manufacturers and transport operators master these challenges.
This article first appeared on www.globalrailwayreview.com
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