Digital solutions for the rail industry
Executing a seamless rail journey
The number of rail journeys is rising year on year, putting pressure on transport providers to reinforce and invest in their existing infrastructure and resources to maintain a high service level across their network. This means driving intelligent asset management and developing a fully tracked supply chain at one end. And at the other – providing real-time, bespoke rail information, while ensuring complete security of both goods and passengers.
So, how are rail networks meant to meet these demands while minimizing support costs?
Creating the ultimate rail infrastructure
Digitization is the key to reinventing the transport sector and helping rail operators thrive in line with growing customer demands. With our transport solutions, you can tap into the power of data to transform the way you operate. For instance, with our smart ticketing technologies, we can modernize, streamline and automate your services, helping you to improve the overall passenger experience.
Crossrail delegates all core IT services to Fujitsu
Crossrail Limited is building the new railway that will be known as the Elizabeth line when it opens in central London in 2018. It will provide 73 miles of east-to-west connectivity with up to 24 trains per hour in each direction through the route’s central section during the peak. The Elizabeth line will carry an estimated 200 million passengers a year. Fujitsu provides a scalable team of onsite engineers to support everything from the setting up of a new user to the installation of a large format CAD printer as well as the ongoing support of thousands of thin clients and the central data centre.
Comboios De Portugal innovates and simplifies its POS and ticketing infrastructure
Comboios De Portugal (CP) is the state-owned national railways operator. It has a firm commitment to contributing towards Portugal’s economic development and the safe, effective transportation of its citizens. Over 100 million passengers travel with CP yearly. The company selected Fujitsu to provide a centralized software platform that acts as the hub for a new smartcard system and connects to new in-station EPOS, PDAs and self-service kiosks.