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2018-08-31

German Railway 1 (ICE4)

The aim of the study was to evaluate the proposed passenger coach design for the new ICx trains of DB-AG […]
2018-08-31

German Railway 2 (ICE4)

The aim of the study was to compare the proposed design of the 2nd class middle coach for the new […]
2018-08-31

Luggage Validation SBB

For SBB, the luggage volume and the associated passenger behaviour in ETR610 passenger trains on the Lötschberg axis were evaluated […]
2018-08-31

RailJet ÖBB

The aim of the study was to evaluate the proposed passenger coach design for the new railjet trains of ÖBB-Personenverkehrs […]
2018-08-31

Swiss Federal Railways 1

The aim of the study was to evaluate two of the existing interior concepts for the new IC double-deck trains […]
2018-08-31

Swiss Federal Railways 2

The aim of the study was to evaluate selected coaches of the trains of type IC2000, the ETR610 and the […]
2018-08-31

Swiss Federal Railways 3

The aim of the study was to evaluate two of the existing interior concepts for the new IC double-deck trains […]
2020-08-25

Swiss Federal Railways 4

The aim of the study was to evaluate various interior concepts for adapted long-distance trains of the SBB with regard […]
2020-08-25

Swiss Federal Railways 5

The aim of the investigation was to evaluate various interior concepts for double-decker train designs of the SBB with regard […]
2020-08-25

Swiss Federal Railways 6

The aim of the study was to evaluate various interior concepts of local trains for the SBB with regard to […]
2018-08-31

Travel with luggage – ÖBB

Within the framework of the Open Innovation Challenge “Travelling with Luggage”, ÖBB-Holding provided specialist consulting services and evaluated concepts submitted […]