IN THE ‘NIC’ OF TIME

Train operators continually work to improve the reliability of rail networks and minimise delays. DAMON CADMAN, global sales manager at Rowe Hankins, explains how its split-core NIC increases safety while also reducing costly disruption

To keep pace with today’s turbo-charged world, there is an increasing demand for trains that travel at higher speeds and run more frequently. Trains typically run 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, so there is no ideal time to carry out maintenance.

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