Intelligent train



Today’s mature digital technologies have the potential to revolutionize the operation of the transportation systems of the near future. At the same time, the expansion of rail services is a major policy objective of most developed economies in response to the climate emergency. With the advent of connectivity, intelligent onboard data collection, increased demand for rail freight routes, and ever more sophisticated passenger expectations are set to transform performance in the railways’ sector.

In addition of a seamless integration of multi-modal transport options, simplifying door-to-door journeys, thanks to autonomous and connected operations of rolling stock, advanced asset monitoring and predictive maintenance systems enable train manufacturers, infrastructure, and transportation system owners to complete their journey towards full servitization with sustainable new business models. Increased complexity, fast technology changes also bring additional engineering challenges that traditional engineering processes and methods may not meet.

Watch this webinar to explore the possibilities with the Intelligent Train:

  • The key rail market drivers and how they are accelerating the adoption of intelligent industry solutions
  • How rail sector enterprises can embrace digital technology to revolutionize and accelerate the development of complex, intelligent products and services
  • The challenges and opportunities associated with autonomous train operations – including first-hand opinions from those at the forefront of these exciting developments at SNCF
  • How digital twins will enable servitization – the transition from an equipment manufacturer to a service provider – and the development of new business models and intelligent operations



    Head of SNCF's Autonomous Trains Project

    Luc Laroche will be interviewed during this webinar. Director of the SNCF Autonomous Train project since April 2016, Luc Laroche achieved his whole career in SNCF Group. He was previously Director of Exploitation and Safety at SNCF Transilien. And had managed diverse functions as SNCF site Director (maintenance, drivers, exploitation). He was Director of the Transformation Fret Program, as well as Fret Director for Normandie & Ile-de-France regions.

  • Craig Murdie

    Global Offer Leader and Solution Architect of the Intelligent Train at Capgemini Engineering

    During his 18-year career, Craig has held leadership positions across the aerospace, nuclear, and rail sectors. As Global Offer Leader for the Intelligent Train at Capgemini, he is passionate about developing high-performing teams and the potential for digital transformation to be a driver of real societal change.

  • Morgane Bogard

    Leader of Center of Excellence for Rail, Infrastructure, and Transport at Capgemini Engineering

    With 20+ years of experience in system engineering, project management, and partnership strategy, Morgane is passionate about developing Intelligent, Connected, and Autonomous Systems and Services in the automotive and rail sectors.