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The advantages of the latest generation of broadband communication systems e. Furthermore, this survey focuses on providing a holistic approach, identifying scenarios and architectures where railways could leverage better commercial IIoT capabilities.
After reviewing the main industrial developments, short and medium-term IIoT-enabled services for smart railways are evaluated.
Overall, it can be stated that the aim of this article is to provide a detailed examination of the state-of-the-art of different technologies and services that will revolutionize the railway industry and will allow for confronting today challenges. Keywords: IoT, IIoT, internet of trains, railway safety, rail planning and scheduling, predictive maintenance, WSN, railway enhanced services, freight transportation, cyber security 1.
Introduction The future of the railway industry is expected to rely upon smart transportation systems that leverage technologies over a large rail network infrastructure to reduce its life-cycle cost.
New services, such as integrated security, asset management, and predictive maintenance, are expected to improve timely decision-making for issues like safety, scheduling, and system capacity. Smart railways represent a combination of interconnected technological solutions and components, as well as modern transportation infrastructure like automatic ticketing systems, digital displays, and smart meters. Likewise, these systems require seamless high data rate wireless connectivity and integrated software solutions to optimize the usage of assets, from tracks to trains, to meet the ever-growing demand for energy-efficient and safer services.
The driving factors of the smart railways are expected to enforce the growth of the industry.
These factors include the increasing importance of sustainability, government regulations, demographics i. The global smart railway market is estimated to grow from USD It is expected that these figures impact on each and every component of the value chain of the industry, from passenger service to the back-end organization.
In addition, the complexity of high-speed railway networks has been previously studied by different research initiatives, which were primarily aimed at fostering transportation quality.
Among their diverse strategic goals is the introduction of advanced communication technologies, which allows for providing improved services and for coping with the rapidly changing needs of the market [ 3 ].
Current European railway communications technology was built in the beginning of the 90 s taking into consideration well-established standards with potential to deliver the railway services at that time [ 4 ]. The inception of smart railways began with the evolution of Global System for Mobile Communications-Railways GSM-R , which is considered to be the keystone of rail industry transformation.
Rail operators mainly use GSM-R for operational voice and data communications. Over a period of time, innovation in wireless communications technologies offered reliable transmission of video and data services for long distances.
In the s, the introduction of novel technological solutions and various digital devices projected new application areas, such as the provision of information about the rails to passengers, the Communication-Based Trail Control CBTC , rail traffic management systems, and Positive Train Control PTC solutions.
However, the rail industry underwent a major revolution after with the appearance of Internet of Things IoT and the adoption of smart city projects, which led to the development of solutions like smart ticketing, passenger infotainment, rail analytics, and dynamic route scheduling and planning.
Industrial IoT-based solutions have eventually reinforced competitive advantages and have also uncovered new business models that are already impacting the global rail industry. However, factors such as operational inefficiency, the lack of infrastructure and interoperability, high initial cost of deployment, and the integration complexities over legacy systems and the network, may hinder the rail industry growth.
Moreover, legacy infrastructure, aging communications systems, and the slow adoption of automation and protective technology in this scenario pose enormous safety risks. Related to the issues of safety and connectivity is security.
As rail systems rely more and more on wireless connectivity, they become more vulnerable to outside interference, intrusion and cyber attacks. The consequences of even a small disruption become particularly severe as trains become more powerful, carry more passengers, and travel faster. Systems that are mission-critical for safe operation can be compromised by a simple electronic device or a small piece of malicious code.
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Finally, the Complainant, by making several references to UDRP decisions, reminds the well-known character in France and abroad of the Trademark. Your informations are encoded and protected before their transfert over Internet.
To reach Schiphol, you must then purchase a ticket to Rotterdam. Consequently, this Panel shall further analyze the eventual concurrence of these three grounds in the present case.
In light of the foregoing, this Panel finds that the disputed domain name was registered and used by the Respondent in bad faith under the Policy. You can start your online booking again. Using our secure online payment wncfyou can pay for your ticket using payment cards issued by Mastercard, Visa and Visa Electron.
Thalys has selected partner agencies near the train station to provide you with the best possible service:. D ; Intesa Sampaolo S. Following the Complainant, this shows a bad faith use of the disputed domain name.
The Respondent did not submit any response.
D ; Allianz SE v. As a result, asserted facts that are not unreasonable will be taken as true by this Panel. When you make your booking, make sure you have your Thalys customer number with you which begins For buying tickets at stations, go to the SNCB international railway stations.
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If you would rather go to a travel agent to book your tickets, please go to a travel agent authorised i sell Thalys tickets or to the RailEurope agency. Due engineering works on the platforms taking place from November 14 to 18, Thalys trains will not be serving the Cologne station. The Schiphol station can only be reached by local trains departing from Rotterdam. The Respondent registered the disputed domain name long after the Complainant established its rights in and to the Trademark, registered in many countries in the world.