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10 considerations when purchasing an ethernet switch for rail applications
In today’s world of railways, Ethernet switches are in common use there uses include track to train networks, train control & monitoring systems, digital displays, passenger information systems, CCTV systems, PA systems, & passenger WI-FI systems, these systems are becoming an inbuilt part of the modern train.
Ep 26. Improving passenger experience in our stations, Martin Howard
As a rail sector, we ultimately exist to serve two principal users: passengers and freight. Ensuring their journeys are smooth and efficient is essential to industry success, and between the pair, it is passengers who demand the most on-site information to be available. After all, between a person and a parcel, it is the former which is more likely to be vocal when things go wrong.