The railML subschemas

The railML® specification contains subschemas for four main areas: infrastructure, timetable, rolling stock and interlocking. These topics are themselves further divided into additional subschemas that address more specific areas. Additional railML-subschemas like for crew rostering, asset management or real-time data are being planned and discussed.

One railML file can contain several subschemas. The division into subschemas allows each individual railML-compatible application to apply the parts of the full schema - e.g. the subschemas - in various combinations.

Current railML schema coordinators

railML - subschema Coordinator Companies website
timetable

Philip Wobst, HaCon, Hannover

coord@timetable.railml.org

www.hacon.de
infrastructure

Christian Rahmig, DLR, Braunschweig

coord@infrastructure.railml.org

www.dlr.de/ts
interlocking

Dr. Bob Janssen, Siemens, Den Haag

coord@interlocking.railml.org

www.siemens.com
rolling stock

Dr.-Ing. Jörg von Lingen, Institut für Bahntechnik, Dresden

coord@rollingstock.railml.org

www.bahntechnik.de

 

Former railML schema coordinators

The following railML specialists supported the development of the railML schemes as a scheme coordinator and are not longer in the role of a coordinator. For questions please contact the current coordinator.

railML - subschema Former coordinator Companies website
timetable
(04/2002 – 06/2015)

Dipl.-Math. Joachim Rubröder, SMA+Partner, Zürich, Schweiz

www.sma-partner.ch
infrastructure
(04/2002 – 03/2005)
Dr. Ulrich Linder, TU Berlin www.railways.tu-berlin.de
infrastructure
(03/2005 – 05/2011)
Dr. Volker Knollmann, DLR, Braunschweig www.dlr.de/ts
common
(11/2007 – 03/2014)

Dipl.-Ing. Susanne Wunsch,Gleisbezug, Dresden

www.gleisbezug.de

We want to thank all the coordinators and supporters for their contributions to railML.
If you want to get in touch with the former scheme coordinators please contact the railML coordinators.