The importance of cybersecurity in the rail industry
The railway industry is increasingly embracing new systems and technologies to enhance operational efficiency, safety, and connectivity. As operators move on from their legacy systems, there is an ever-increasing number of connections and complexity to deal with from a security standpoint.
The future of rail and mass transit. Coffee and Conversations Podcast
In the most recent episode of the Coffee and Conversations podcast, we discuss the rail and mass transit industry and innovations and technology that are shaping its’ future. We review the latest trends that are driving sustainability, efficiency, and passenger-centricity in the industry.
Passenger Experience in Rail
As ridership inches toward pre-pandemic levels, rail operators need to continue evolving their operations while searching for new ways to attract passengers and adapt to new transit behaviors. Ensuring seamless, secure connectivity, from the station to the train, is foundational for creating a modern passenger experience and developing new revenue services.
Why Transportation Organizations Choose Cisco
Transportation organizations require digital infrastructure as rugged and unyielding as the terrain they traverse. Cisco has worked as a trusted partner to enable innovation with over 32,000 organizations across 169 countries. Find out why transportation operators choose Cisco to help them achieve their business objectives.
Cisco is Driving Secure Digital Transformation in Roadways and Rail!
Cisco is a trusted business partner in the Transportation Industry. In rail and roadways (and of course, airports and ports!), our industry expertise, technology platforms, and world class customer experience, services, and partner teams help our customers deliver a modern, efficient, safe, secure, and inclusive transportation infrastructure for all.
Mobility in Railways
With the advancement of communications within the rail industry and the proposed move to Future Rail Mobility Communication System (FRMCS) primarily within EMEA, it is important to understand what this means for the rail industry and explore how it will integrate with other technologies that are required to deliver ubiquitous communication.