Albtal-Verkehrs-Gesellschaft mbH goes digital: Since the timetable change in 2018, the company has been carrying out integrated planning of all vehicle working schedules and duties for its tram-trains with IVU.rail – and benefits from integrated workflows from dispatch to personnel.
Owing to its central location with seven neighbouring countries, the Hungarian rail network is an important hub for freight and passenger transport in central Europe. An integrated planning and dispatch of all operational resources is of great importance to the Hungarian State Railways.
AKN Eisenbahn AG guarantees regular rail transport from the centre and the south of Schleswig-Holstein to and from the Hamburg metropolitan area. In order to improve the planning results and particularly to unburden the planners, AKN introduced the integrated solution IVU.rail.
Abellio took over almost 600 km of rail network and was commissioned to start operations after a setting-up period of merely 3 years. Abellio opted for a planning software that could be quickly implemented and included automation and optimization functions.
With 8,000 trains per day and around 14,000 employees, the Italian national railway Trenitalia is one of the largest European railway companies. On a daily basis, it is meeting an enormous challenge in the field of planning and dispatching.
A major share of Germany's regional passenger rail service, including the suburban rail, is operated by DB Regio. Integrated planning and dispatch in an overall system is of great importance to the DB Regio.
Volatile conditions make planning in freight transport difficult. To make optimum use of vehicles and personnel, SBB Cargo opted for the integrated planning and dispatching software IVU.rail.
Niederbarnim Railways (NEB) triples its operating capacity in just 3 years. This presents new challenges for the planners and dispatchers at NEB: a larger vehicle fleet, more locomotive engineers and the decentralisation of deployment locations must be taken into account.