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On AI and Data Technology Innovation in the Rail Industry. Interview with Gerhard Kress

“I think the biggest challenge is that in the rail business we have a very large set of old and country specific regulations that date back many decades. These regulations are meant to protect passengers, but some of them are not anymore fitting to the modern capabilities of technology and instead drive cost and slow innovation down dramatically.” –Gerhard Kress

Artificial intelligence acts as an enabler for many innovations in the rail industry.
In this interview, I have spoken with Gerhard Kress, who is heading Data Services globally for the Rail business, and is responsible for the Railigent ® solution at Siemens. We discussed innovation and the use of AI and Data-driven technologies in the transport sector, and specifically how the Siemens´ Railigent solution is implemented.

Railigent is cloud based, designed to help rail operators and rail asset …

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Checking IPv6 support in my existing hardware

As part of my IPv6 setup I wanted to check what support I could expect for my current hardware. This post relates the results I got by checking on each one.

  • Linux PC – IPv6 is supported in Linux
  • MacBook – IPv6 is supported in MacOS X
  • Windows 7 NetBook – IPv6 is supported in Windows 7
  • Draytek Vigor 2820N – Draytek support in Spain confirmed to plans to implement IPv6 on this box, but they have 1 IPv6 aware router so future models should hopefully have support.
  • HP Officejet Ro L7680 Printer – this printer has a network connection. A support request on HP’s website generated an automatic message saying my printer was no longer supported.  So no chance …
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