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Condition data of rail assets already exists but often is not fully utilised or not utilised at all.
Every rail operation has specific fault modes, safety, mechanical, and operational challenges and opportunities. Many of these can be positively impacted through the digitisation of rolling stock condition to measure and optimise operations. The Trimble® Nexala software solutions and toolsets maximise the value of train and locomotive condition and operational data.
By combining feeds from multiple data sources, off boarding it in real time, and enriching it with landside enterprise data, Trimble Nexala solutions turn rail data into information that can be utilized to improve operational efficiency.
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