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Official release of railML 2.4: Changes & Enhancements

On the 7th of October, 2018 the railML 2.4 schema was officially released. It contains various enhancements in all three contained subschemas, timetabling, infrastructure and rolling stock. A selection of changes is listed below, sorted by subschemas: Timetable: Introduction ...

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InnoTrans 2018: The Leading Railway Fair and railML

2018 is once again the year of the world’s largest biannual trade fair focused on the rail transport Industry. InnoTrans will take place from 18th to 21st of September in Berlin and bring together the whole sector from around the world. In 2016 nearly 3000 exhibitors ...

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Data Modelling Patterns: Golden Rules for railML 3 Development

railML 3 has been developed from scratch and, step by step, will bring the era of railML 2 to an end (see railML's release plan for more detailed information). This process encompasses the possibility to reduce and eliminate difficulties of the design and the usage of ...

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The Journey of the railML3 Development

The railML3 development has continuously been carried out since almost 3 years. Under the lead of railML.org infrastructure coordinator, Christian Rahmig, more and more needs of the railway community were integrated via use cases. Amongst others these contain Schematic ...

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Adjustments of railML Wiki for railML 3 documentation

railML® 3 will bring a structural break, as it has been developed from scratch. On the one hand this means, that it will not be downward compatible. Yet it also bears the huge advantage of starting new and therefore coming to an end with difficulties in railML 2. In order ...

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railML 2.4/3.1 Roadmap: 33rd railML Conference

33rd railML Conference at Thales Headquarter in Berlin Spring is always the time for the German speaking railML community to come together and exchange about completed, ongoing and future railML.org development work. In 2018 everybody came together on invitation ...

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