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Virtual Vehicle improving maintenance through holistic track damage analysis
The Austrian company Virtual Vehicle is an In2Track3 partner working on a modular Whole System Model-based framework. Kamil Sazgetdinov is one of Virtual Vehicle in the project. In2Track3’s Mats Tiborn was curious of what the benefits of the Whole System Model are for rail Europe. In what way do the results that Virtual Vehicle are […]
WP1 team gathered in Göteborg
WP1 team has recently participated at the In2Track3 Consortium Meeting, which was held on 15-16th of June in Gothenburg, Sweden.During the Consortium Meeting WP1 team members presented their latest developments of the Shift2Rail system demonstrators, turnout design optimisation methods as well as the turnout monitoring techniques within the work package (WP1) activities. Core focus of […]
Overview of the consortium meeting June 15th-16th
Göteborg presented itself with the most beautiful June weather possible, and more than 50 participants gathered for two days packed with information on the technical progress from the project.
Bryngeån the first bridge in the world equipped with dampers to lower train-induced vibrations
– We have equipped the first bridge worldwide with dampers to lower vibrations from passing trains, says the professor at KTH Raid Karoumi. He is the task leader for WP5 in KTH, and he is speaking about the installed dampers on the bridge at Bryngån, Sweden. Raid Karoumi has been involved in In2Track since its […]
Vincent Chartie is creating a new forum for dialogue
Vincent Chartie is one of the newest members onboard In2Track3. Recently he shifted career and went from automobile industry to rail.- I shifted to working with railway because I think that train transportation is the way forward in the future because of sustainable and climate matters, he says. After 21 years in automobile industry Vincent […]
On Switches and Crossings, and Virtual models
Meet Eva Koinig. She is the leader of Work package 1 in In2Track3, working for Virtual Vehicle Research GmbH in Graz, Austria.– This project is driven forward by a fantastic mindset. The people involved are passionate about their job and want to move forward, she says.
5 quick questions to Ian Dean, Network Rail
What is the role of Network Rail in the project In2Track3? – I participate in In2Track3 as a task leader for the Big Data Analytics which is a sub task in WP 3. The objective is to find patterns in existing data set to give new insights using Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning. We are […]
New knowledge can make the train trip more comfortable
Rail-train interface at high speed – what happens, and how does it affect the train ride for the passengers?
WP5 will extend the economical service life of existing structures
Madelene Sandbom is the leader for Work package 5 (WP5) in In2Track3, which deals with tunnels and bridges.– Most of the projects in WP5 started off already in In2Track1 and now we are beginning to see results, she says.
The 3MB slabtrack is ready to be tested
The Spanish company Acciona is developing a new slabtrack system within the project In2Track3. The new system will be tested in Sweden, on Malmbanan, in September this year. The new slabtrack system, which is called 3MB slabtrack system, is soon ready to be tested. The demonstration site will be on 50 meter of the Malmbanan […]
Successful collaboration a win-win for all parties
In2Track3 benefits from successful collaboration, Dr. Björn Pålsson at Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden, states. Together with project partners in Austria and other colleagues at Chalmers he is developing a simulation framework for simulation-based evaluation of switch and crossing designs, a so-called Whole System Model. Björn Pålsson is active in Work Package 1 (WP1) […]
In2Track3 is absolutely necessary
Meet Anders Ekberg, the technical scientific coordinator in In2Track3. He is deeply engaged in the project and is looking forward to disseminating more results from it. – The results from In2Track3 are absolutely necessary in order to be able to accomplish a functional railway in Europe in the future, he says.