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Current changes and future enhancements in the railML Wiki

For all developers of railML interfaces the railML Wiki is the first point of contact for background information and questions concerning the programming of interfaces. Therefore, a constant maintenance and clear categorization of the contents, and an extension of the ...

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Handover of railML Interlocking Coordination towards a Continuous Development

Following his decision of May 17th, 2017 Mr. Dr. ir. Bob Janssen from Siemens Netherlands resigned from his role as railML Interlocking coordinator on November 8th, 2017 and handed over the work to Dr. Jörg von Lingen from Institut für Bahntechnik. We would like to thank ...

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The railML Simple Example – starting point for railML newcomers

In the recent years railML has spread throughout Europe and the world. As a consequence, a growing number of interested parties require more detailed information. In order to satisfy these inquiries and provide a quick and easy access to railML, railML.org infrastructure ...

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Public Presentation of railML 3.1 - 32nd railML Conference

Round about 70 people took the chance to travel to the European capital Brussels on the 14th of November to participate at the 32nd railML.org conference. Upon invitation of Jernbanedirektoratet the conference took place in a unique location: Norges Hus – the conference ...

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railML 3.1 released

On October 31st railML.org released the public beta version of their completely new developed rail scheme. Like the previous schemes the XSD’s and examples are available for free at www.railML.org.

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railML was, is and will be free of charge

Since the railML.org community was initiated in 2002, their results are available to the public for free. Following the open source model and the Creative Commons Licence (a de facto standard for sharing content in openness and collaboration), railML is developed as an ...

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