Within the four railML® subschemes Use Cases are utilized to describe, characterize, standardize and register eventuating scenarios. Specialists from various different countries define and review these Use Cases constantly in the process of improving railML. Please also feel free to submit your own Use Case, if you don't find it in the lists below.
You can find more information on all other railML use cases in the complete use case list published on the railML 3 wiki. The use case list provides an overview with descriptions and examples of all use cases, independent of their status (released, under development, to be revised or submitted) and subschema.
If you have any questions, comments or concerns, please contact the Organisation Team.