Many can see that the rail industry lags behind other industries when it comes to digital technology and renewable energy. Existing players tend to be outdated, expensive and complex, operating in data silos that don’t allow for the sharing, utilization and understanding of railway statistics, and preventing the industry’s evolution.
Luckily, we have watched the rail industry slowly transition from individual state monopolies into one competitive, deregulated market. With the doors now wide open for new players to enter the game, there will be a high demand for expert services and trustworthy, long-term customer relationships. This makes starting small, with well-defined values and a highly qualified team, an incredibly valuable, adaptable and scalable business model.
“I’m very proud to be Head of the software development team at CEMIT. Here, I see railway experts and software developers sharing a common mission: excellence and innovation throughout our products, solutions and customer deliveries. I feel very privileged to work with the best-of-the-best, defining the future of next-generation railway monitoring and predictive maintenance.”