RailComm Insight™ launches at Railway Interchange 2015

Written by William C. Vantuono, Editor-in-Chief
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RailComm is launching its newest smart monitoring and analytics platform, RailComm InsightTM, at Railway Interchange 2015 in Minneapolis, Oct. 4-6. In addition, the company will be showcasing other new software and hardware products for yard automation and main line dispatching.

During the exhibition, RailComm’s sales team, led by Vice President of Sales Greg Fogarty, will be joined by President and CEO Joe Forgione and Vice President of Products Michael Hackney. Attendees will have the opportunity to see a demonstration of RailComm InsightTM as well as learn about the company’s numerous software-based solutions that are focused on monitoring, analytics and control of rail assets.

“RailComm is committed to continuing to provide innovative products that will add great value to the railroad industry,” said Forgione. “We continue to invest in developing new solutions using the latest technologies that can positively impact our customers’ operation and bottom line. We look forward to attending this year’s conference and meeting with all our customers and partners.”

RailComm’s booth is 1845, located next to the food court in the RSSI section (Exhibition Hall B). Attendees interested in arranging a specific time during the exhibition to meet with Forgione, Fogarty or Hackney or to schedule a demo of RailComm Insight can email [email protected]

“Our state-of-the-art solutions automate an ever-expanding network of connected devices that generate real-time information, which we then collect and analyze to coordinate and optimize the rail infrastructure,” said Forgione. “Our software solutions can be deployed on-site, or through an industry-leading cloud/SaaS (Software as a Service) program. RailComm’s solutions are installed on Class I railroads throughout North America, as well as on many passenger rail, short line, and regional railroads. Our solutions have been instrumental in providing sustainable operating efficiencies and increased safety around the globe.”

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