Knorr-Bremse press releases.
INTERVIEW: CYBERSECURITY IN FUTURE RAIL APPLICATIONS
Ensuring the cybersecurity of systems, products, and applications throughout their lifecycle poses a significant challenge for the railway industry.
Dr. Maximilian Eichhorn, Vice President of Digital Products & Services at Knorr-Bremse Rail Vehicle Systems, discusses the importance of cybersecurity in future rail applications and highlights the company's stringent security-by-design approach in the inverview below.
Revolutionize rail transport with Selectron's innovative Ethernet technologies, streamlining vehicle configuration and improving performance for an efficient, cost-effective solution
Rail transport is in the midst of a transformation to Ethernet-based communication. The challenges for train manufacturers and rail operators are enormous - good thing there are the new Ethernet technologies from Selectron Systems AG.
New Function Modules - Wheel Slide Protection, Brake Cylinder Controller and Counter Input Module
Paradigm shift in vehicle control
With its new decentralized function modules from the Smartio® family, Selectron System AG is making vehicle layout much easier.
A world record for the Rhaetian Railway and for Switzerland - and perhaps this also shows new possibilities?
We are proud that Selectron's know-how has been on-board in our products...
Improving travel safety: Selectron & Irdeto become partners in cybersecurity solution for rail vehicles
Selectron Systems AG, announced that it has selected Irdeto as a partner for securing identities and authentication of the Group’s connected transport components and systems. Irdeto’s Keys & Credentials solution will protect the identity and integrity of thousands of safety-critical embedded products, such as Train Control and Management Systems (TCMS) or Electronic Control Units of commercial vehicles and many more against security threats.
The Future is Ethernet - Communication is what counts
Ethernet technology has become a substantial component of modern rail vehicles. Initially used mainly for passenger comfort functions, Ethernet has now also become a standard in the part relevant to train control – the Train Control & Management System (TCMS).