Safe and secure: Core capabilities of a modern operational testing system
Safety and security are at the core of the railroad industry, impacting day-to-day operations. In order to support these safety goals, railroad companies, from a Class I to a short line railroad, must comply with Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) regulations General Code of Operating Rules (GCOR), OSHA requirements, and other territory-specific rulebooks.
Traditionally, railroads have to conduct a myriad number of operational tests to ensure that they are meeting safety standards, often through manual, time-consuming processes. These tests can range from railroad crossing rules to requirements for random drug and alcohol testing.
By leveraging the power of a technology-driven operational testing system, you can streamline and automate rail field testing in your railroad, ensure audit readiness for FRA and GCOR, reduce safety risks, identify potential opportunities for safety improvement through data analytics, enhance compliance, and support your safety initiatives.
You’ll discover and explore each of the 7 top essential capabilities that we’ve identified as integral to a digital operational testing system, all in our latest whitepaper – and the transformative benefits they offer for your railroad.
Opportunities for digitalization in railroad contract management
Date: Tuesday, December 8, 2020 | Time: 10 am PST
CloudMoyo empowers rail and transportation companies to gain greater insights, unlock efficiencies, and improve agility in operations, revenue and asset management as well as critical areas of safety, crew scheduling and maintenance. Combined with deep rail industry expertise, our cloud-based, AI-driven solutions leverage cutting edge technology to reimagine railroad digitization.
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