At the international trade fair for traffic engineering in Berlin, we are presenting ourselves in hall 1.2, exhibition stand 302 – the shared exhibition stand of the Rail Engineering Cluster, a cluster platform for innovative rail engineering in Bavaria.
How can functional safety in the “connected train” be ensured with cryptology methods? This question is answered by in-tech industry with its trade fair presentation at InnoTrans in Berlin from 20 to 23 September 2016. We are presenting our services for the development of innovative vehicle functions for digitalisation in rail vehicles. Additional focal points are the model-based development of standardised vehicle functions as well as approval support with professional safety management and safety engineering.
In addition to their extensive expertise in the development of rail vehicle functions, our rail specialists also have comprehensive cross-industry experience in the systematic development of solutions for the digitalisation of industrial products.
Railway digitalisation is one of the top priorities for secure, efficient and attractive railway transportation of the future. Increasing automation and networking makes an essential contribution to boosting performance and reliability, thereby improving customer satisfaction and competitiveness in the railway sector.
Innovative functions such as autonomous trains, intelligent maintenance technology, better travel information and assistance systems for passengers demand increased networking of various subsystems on board the train and between the train and land side. Secure and reliable communication is becoming more and more important for ensuring functional train safety.