SNCF

SNCF

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SNCF is a French Profit Public Body and has 3 main strategic activities:
  • passengers transport: urban, suburban, regional and long-distance travel. Over one billion people are carried each year, of which 572 millions in Paris area.
  • freight and logistics, with Geodis, an integrated supply chain operator in 120 countries.
  • Infrastructure and Engineering: traffic management, exportation and valuation of French railway expertise, maintenance and network upgrades in France and abroad: over 10 000 km of tracks are maintained in France.
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2021
19 Jan 2021

6G Communications Market, Devices, Materials 2021-2041

IDTechEx Report: Dr Peter Harrop and Dr James Edmondson
2020
16 Jun 2020

AMA XpertEye

AMA Xpert Eye attended the AWE Digital Event 2020.
2019
13 Dec 2019

Future of Transportation Conference Vienna Dec 10/11: Our Report

Future of Transportation Conference Vienna Dec 10/11: Our Report
2015
26 Feb 2015

Energy harvesting tiles for French National Railway Company

Pavegen have been commissioned by France's national railway company, SNCF (French National Railway Company), to install 6 kinetic energy tiles in the middle of a corridor in SNCF's Innovation & Research office in Paris.
2012
20 Nov 2012

SME awarded for its innovations for future transportation systems

Disasolar, a French SME based in Limoges specialized in thin-film photovoltaics has received the innovative enterprise award.
2010
28 May 2010

Some impressions of Energy Harvesting Europe

The IDTechEx Energy Harvesting Europe event in Munich had its first day on 26 May. Here are some impressions from the first day.
26 May 2010

WSN and Energy Harvesting Opportunities for Railway Applications at SNCF

SNCF, France
13 May 2010

Wireless sensor networks - we are getting there

Suddenly tiny broad band vibration harvesters, transparent film photovoltaics and many other forms of harvesting become sufficient and the 20 year node looks possible.
11 May 2010

Wireless Sensor Networks - We Are Getting There

Yet it is only a first step to small devices communicating without human involvement and without those radio masts and their expensive and vulnerable cabling. Remember that...
1 Mar 2010

Wireless sensor networks - the next ten years

Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) - self organising, self healing networks of small "nodes" - have huge potential across industrial, military and other many other sectors. While appreciable sales have now been established, major progress depends on standards and achieving twenty year life.
1 Mar 2010

Wireless sensor networks - the next ten years

Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) - self organising, self healing networks of small "nodes" - have huge potential across industrial, military and other many other sectors. While appreciable sales have now been established, major progress depends on standards and achieving twenty year life.
21 Jan 2010

GE, Philips, SNCF present at World's Largest Energy Harvesting Event

The event Energy Harvesting & Storage Europe and Wireless Sensor Networks & RTLS 2010 features speakers including SNCF and the huge General Electric and consumer electronics company Philips.
4 Jan 2010

Energy harvesting WSN at SNCF France

SNCF is the french national railway authority. This French Profit Public Body (railway activity) and its subsidiaries employs 200 000 people and had 25.2 billion € in 2008. It is attracted to Wireless sensor Networks (WSN) because installing wired sensors in existing rolling stock or in wide outdoor deployment (along rail track, in maintenance or working sites) or for temporary deployments can be complex and very expensive.
2009
6 Nov 2009

Energy Harvesting & Storage and RTLS & WSN conference summary

The first day of the conference (attended by more than 290 attendees) was focused on presentations from end users of energy harvesting and wireless sensor networks technologies, with the first presentation given by IDTechEx CEO Raghu Das, giving an overview of needs for energy harvesting as well as the three generations of technologies (active RFID, RTLS and mesh & WSN) that have evolved into the current market for Wireless Sensor Networks, a market due to reach US$1.75 Billion by 2019.
3 Nov 2009

WSN and Energy Harvesting for Railway Applications

SNCF, France
29 Oct 2009

End User Requirements Aired at Inaugural Energy Harvesting Event

Next week more than 300 attendees will converge in Denver at two co-located events: Energy Harvesting & Storage and Wireless Sensor Networks & RTLS. These events bring together the whole ecosystem from adopters of the technology to those making wireless sensors, ultra low power electronics, energy harvesting and energy storage devices.