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Various sensor platforms are installed on the bogie, which record acceleration and vibrations, as well as bumps in the wheel-rail contact during operation.
A digital platform developed by ZF transfers the collected data and information to the ZF Internet of Things (IoT) cloud. The analysis and recommended courses of action based on the collected data are made available to the operator from the ZF IoT cloud through a user interface and via a push message. Furthermore, they can optimally schedule maintenance dates and respond to the most diverse situations individually and flexibly.
This guarantees that the entire fleet is operating smoothly and as cost-efficiently as possible.
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