Rail Vision

Rail Vision systems are said to detect objects on and along the tracks from a distance of up to 1.2 miles (2 kilometers)—in real time, as well as in all weather and light conditions. When an obstacle is detected, the system sends visual and acoustic alerts in real-time to both the operator and the command-and-control center. (Image Courtesy of Rail Vision)

Rail Vision Seeks to Expand U.S. Market Reach

Ra’anana, Israel-based Rail Vision Ltd. on April 15 announced that, as part of its marketing efforts in the U.S., it has entered into a non-binding Memorandum of Understanding (MOD) with an undisclosed leading railway technologies company for the distribution of its MainLine and ShuntingYard products.

Rail Vision systems are said to detect objects on and along the tracks from a distance of up to 1.2 miles (2 kilometers)—in real time, as well as in all weather and light conditions. When an obstacle is detected, the system sends visual and acoustic alerts in real-time to both the operator and the command-and-control center. (Image Courtesy of Rail Vision)

Rail Vision Selects U.S. Distributor

Ra’anana, Israel-based Rail Vision Ltd.  on March 18 reported entering into a non-binding memorandum of understanding with a railway technologies company in the United States for the distribution of its Main Line and

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Supply Side: Ballard, Rail Vision

Ballard Power Systems (Ballard) receives an order of additional fuel cell engines from Canadian Pacific Kansas City (CPKC). Also, Rail Vision ltd. (Rail Vision) reveals its next-generation AI (Artificial Intelligence) computer for railway safety and accident prevention and is granted a patent approval from the Indian Patent Office.

Railroads have used Wabtec’s Trip Optimizer to operate their trains for more than 1 billion auto miles, the equivalent of more than 40,000 trips around the Earth. (Wabtec Photograph)
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Supply Side: Wabtec, Rail Vision

Wabtec’s Trip Optimizer energy-management software tops 1 billion miles of operation. Also, Rail Vision Ltd. lands a switch-yard systems contract from a U.S.-based rail and leasing services company.

Rail Vision CEO Shahar Hania
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Rail Vision Secures $6MM Credit Facility

Israel-based technology company Rail Vision Ltd. (Rail Vision) announced Jan. 9 that it has established a $6 million credit facility and an additional amount of up to $3 million, subject to certain conditions, with a global investment firm.

Commentary

Technology’s Role in Mitigating Railway Incidents

Between 2013 and 2022, more than 12,000 incidents occurred on the nation’s 140,000 miles of track. Though the railway industry has accurately asserted significant safety improvements over the past decade, and though

Duos Technologies is a Jacksonville, Fla.-based supplier of automated railcar inspection portals (pictured) and artificial intelligence (AI) models. (Photograph Courtesy of Duos Technologies)
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Supply Side: Duos, Rail Vision

Duos Technologies expands its reach in Mexico. Also, Rail Vision Ltd. lands a switch-yard system contract from a U.S.-based rail and leasing services company.

The winning teams of Wabtec's "Exceed Campus Challenge" in India developed innovative proposals for a range of technical challenges facing the rail industry. (Wabtec Photo)
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Supply Side: Wabtec, Rail Vision

Wabtec Corporation (Wabtec) announces winners for its “Exceed Campus Challenge” in India. Also, Rail Vision Ltd. (Rail Vision) appoints Mark Cleobury as Chairman.

Wabtec currently has four GPOCs located in the U.S., Brazil and Kazakhstan that monitor more than 18,000 assets 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
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Supply Side: Wabtec, Rail Vision, Thales

Wabtec Corporation (Wabtec) opens first European Transit Performance Optimization Center (TPOC) in Derby, U.K. Also, Rail Vision Ltd. (Rail Vision) receives notice of allowance from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO);