Members of Cosmo Tech’s Sales team will be attending Digital Rail Revolution today in Paris, France.
Digital Rail Revolution (DRR) is an event launched by Global Railway Review, a company that provides news and business information for the world’s railway industry through magazines, newsletters, directories, and on-line services. In partnership with the International Union of Railways (UIC), they will bring together over 200 railway professionals from across the world to network, learn, discuss, and debate the effect of digitalization in the railway industry. The DRR conference will explore the ways in which the rail and public transport sectors continue to explore the potentials of technology and how it will continue to be at the forefront of this new digitalized revolution.
This year’s topics include: predictive maintenance, financing and investment, signaling and communication, Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Reality, Blockchain, cyber security for rail digitalization, improving passenger satisfaction, analyzing and regulating data, and rail automation. This event is right up Cosmo Tech’s alley, as they are leaders of using augmented intelligence for predictive maintenance of asset intensive networks.
Cosmo Tech will be one of ten companies presenting at DRR. Thanks to recent fundraising efforts, they’re been on the watch list of several companies and events. Following a successful stint at European Utility Week and Web Summit, they are continuing a streak of showcasing how their Asset solution can help transform the rail network with asset optimization and predictive maintenance strategies. The adoption of digital technologies is a cost-effective way of releasing significant additional capacity on the existing network and the successful implementation of digitalized initiatives can streamline operations.
Along with having a stand, Cosmo Tech is a Bronze Sponsor at this event. The program for today includes panel discussions, product demonstrations, networking opportunities and keynote speeches. Some featured speakers include representatives from Alstom, SNCF, and Network Rail. Later in the afternoon, the program will be split into two portions: digitalization in infrastructure and digitalization for the operator.