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London Underground and Network Rail outline key challenge areas

Ahead of the webinars on 14th and 15th March, Key Stakeholders London Underground and Network Rail have provided a short summary of some of the key challenge areas that they hope the Digital Railways competition will provide innovative solutions to.

We have uploaded these to the document library, and you can download them from the links below.

It is clear that there are very similar challenges that key stakeholders share, so any solution for one is likely to be useful to another.

If you are interested in hearing about these opportunities in more detail, do please sign up for the webinars we are holding.

Register now for the 14th March, Network Rail webinar. Download the Network Rail Challenges here.

Register now for the 15th March, London Underground webinar.  Download the London Underground Challenges here.




2 people have had something to say so far

The LUL link only brings up one page - the first.
The NR link appears to be broken
Posted on 04/03/13 09:15.
Thanks - the London Underground challenge area slide IS only one. If the link to the NR slides isn't working, you can find all relevant documentation in the document library for the competition at­rary?p_p_id=20&p_p_lifecycle=0&p_p_state=normal&p_p_mode=view&p_p_col_id=column-­1&p_p_col_count=1&ns_20_struts_action=%2Fdocument_library%2Fview&ns_20_folderId=­10888051
Posted on 04/03/13 10:16.

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