Bettina
Bettina
SKILLED WORKERS IN THE RAIL INDUSTRY ARE IN DEMAND MORE THAN EVER: Fokus on workshops (PART 2)
Post from 13. July 2022

The shortage of skilled workers has been a serious challenge for rail vehicle workshops for years. Workshops have the ambition to achieve the highest possible utilisation of capacity and at the same time ensure the highest possible level of quality in the work carried out on the rail vehicle. However, the lack of well-trained skilled workers makes it difficult to implement the ECM2 process specifications.

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Bettina
Bettina
SKILLED WORKERS IN THE RAIL INDUSTRY ARE IN DEMAND MORE THAN EVER: Fokus on workshops (PART 2)
Post from 13. July 2022

The shortage of skilled workers has been a serious challenge for rail vehicle workshops for years. Workshops have the ambition to achieve the highest possible utilisation of capacity and at the same time ensure the highest possible level of quality in the work carried out on the rail vehicle. However, the lack of well-trained skilled workers makes it difficult to implement the ECM2 process specifications.

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Bettina
Bettina
Skilled workers in the rail industry are in demand more than ever (part 1)
Post from 6. July 2022

The availability of skilled workers is a basic prerequisite for sustainable economic growth. However, skilled workers are very hard to find these days, as every industry is desperate for qualified specialists, including companies in the rail industry.

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Bettina
Bettina
ECM REGULATION 2019/779: IT'S GETTING SERIOUS
Post from 7. June 2022

The new ECM Regulation (ECM (EU) 2019/779) came into force in June 2020. In the course of this, companies were offered a transition period, which now ends on June 16, 2022. More than 700 companies have already been certified since then, or have renewed or changed their certification.

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Head of R&D: Roman Bobik
Roman
Smart data and railroad: Railway undertakings have a duty to act
Post from 10. February 2021

Sensors enable the collection of a wide range of data to provide real-time information on the condition of rail vehicles.

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Bettina
Bettina
Digitalization as a driving force for the future of mobility
Post from 4. February 2021

Dipl. Ing. Zengerer is the managing director of the Styrian mobility cluster ACstyria. We asked her how she sees the development of the mobility sector under the influence of digitalization.

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Project Manager: Katharina Moitzi
Katharina
Railway undertakings on the road to success: leading the way with Lean Smart Maintenance
Post from 28. January 2021

Lean Smart Maintenance not only increases the efficiency, reliability and availability of vehicles and workshops. It also clearly represents a business and strategic advantage for RUs!

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Project Manager: Katharina Moitzi
Katharina
"After-sales" as game changer in the rail industry
Post from 20. January 2021

The rising demand, increasing expectations, and increased competitive pressure on the market are also being perceived by workshops, which makes the pressure on them to perform even greater. For them, it is essential to keep the downtime from shunting to recommissioning as short as possible.

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CEO: Bora Man
Bora
"Digitaler Mauerfall" as the railway challenge 2021: The fusion of ECM2 & ECM3
Post from 14. January 2021

2021 stands under the theme "Making efficiency of rolling stock programmable".

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EVENTS & NEWS

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Post from 26. June 2020
25 years ago it BOOMED

We celebrate 25 years of success.
25 years that have taken our industry know-how and software expertise to the next level.

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Post from 21. April 2021
Boom Software launches event series RailVoice!

With the in-house webinar series "RailVoice", which started last Thursday, Boom Software creates a platform for exchange between companies and experts in the railway sector.

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Post from 24. September 2021
This time RailVoice focused on the wheelset of a rail vehicle

The international event took a closer look at the most cost-intensive maintenance component of rolling stock, the wheelset.

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