Linking the European Railways’ International Applications
Hit Rail 25th Anniversary
Enabling Connectivity and Interoperability
One single connection for business with over 40 European railway partners



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Hermes
Open Services
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The cloud-based platform
for Railway’s applications interoperability

Hit Rail supports the European Railway’s International and partner‑to‑partner IP‑based messaging

Efficient and secure data connections are vital to support railway business processes. To facilitate connectivity and interoperability between the railways, Hit Rail has been providing IP-based solutions to the European railways community for over 25 years.

Over 30 railway companies trust Hit Rail to conduct national and international business transactions, such as international ticket reservations, train pre-advices, infrastructure path requests, wagon search and many other applications.

Now HEROS provides a set of interoperability services on top of the Hermes VPN with the objective of facilitating business among railways partners and the adoption of the EU-mandated TSIs.

 

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Latest News

22 Feb 2017
"Helping the European Railways building Digital Security through Cooperation". Hit Rail intends to organise a conference on digital security to discuss the present and the future of digital security...
21 Feb 2017
Hit Rail’s Hermes VPN provides enhanced connectivity for improved passenger information and reservation services for NS and partners Utrecht/Brussels, 21 February 2017 – International rail...
19 Dec 2016
Shift2Rail-funded project will work towards harmonising differing rail data systems to improve interoperability Brussels, 19 December 2016 – A new project funded by a €1M grant, after successfully...
3 Oct 2016
BENE is passenger application, connecting NS International and SNCB. The sites are located in Amsterdam/Apeldoorn (NS) and in Brussels (SNCB). In the past the sites were interconnected through two...

Shareholders

The following 12 European Railway Companies are owners of HIT Rail b.v.: