The Industrial Revolution’s most notable and creative developments were the railways. Rail lost its position as a leader in innovation as a result of the swift expansion of the road and aviation sectors.
The vast amounts of data that digital technologies provide will be a useful tool for rail firms, allowing them to change their organisational structure, improve their performance, and create new added value. Railways can rely on AI to take full advantage of digitalization.
For rail operators and infrastructure managers, AI will improve operations, manufacturing, and maintenance.
It is perceivable as a lever to improve management, reduce expenses, and boost competitiveness. One of the most illustrative instances of how AI is used in rail technology and how it contributes to the automation of train operation is intelligent train automation (ATO).
The Latin America Railway AI Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Sensing technology from Ava Risk Group Limited has been chosen to be implemented as part of a multi-site programme to strengthen security at a number of significant rail facilities in South America.
Multiple Aura Ai-2 systems from Ava will be fully linked with the customer’s current CCTV system and video management software.
The Aura Ai-2 uses artificial intelligence to detect and locate attackers climbing, cutting, or lifting perimeter fences with great sensitivity. It is made by Future Fibre Technologies, a division of Ava Risk Group.
Aura Ai-2 has two simultaneous real-time detection channels and may be set up to offer cut resistance and redundancy. In buried fibre applications such covert buried or pipeline intrusion detection, the technology also offers high sensitivity detection.
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