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Digital Railway 2.0 Solution

From long-haul freight to local metro service, rail systems are automating infrastructure for operations, management, and maintenance while offering passenger services like mobile and multimedia.

Huawei is committed to providing smart rail solutions for the entire industry, including Digital Railway, Smart Mass Transit, and Intelligent Transport Systems. Our secure communications, mobile broadband, HD video surveillance, and integrated data centers power the industry.

Depend on Huawei’s global experience to build secure and efficient infrastructure for the 21st century.

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Impaired operations

Low-reliability communication services hinder railway operations 

Rolling stock is hard to manage

Operations at the rolling stock depot are inefficient and difficult to manage

Substandard data centers

Railway data centers with complicated systems and poor performance

Interference

Mass transit Wi-Fi systems are susceptible to interference

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