Linking the European Railways’ International Applications


Enabling Connectivity and Interoperability
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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

9 Oct 2017
Brussels, 09 October 2017 – Last week’s CyberSecurity4Rail conference, held in Brussels for senior members of the rail industry and information security experts, has strongly endorsed the formation...
25 May 2017
Hermes connectivity is critical for Thalys applications and passengers. Hit Rail has supported Thalys moving their offices and systems to a new location, close to Gare de Midi in Brussels. The move...
24 May 2017
Brussels event on 4th October 2017 unites experts in digital security/cybercrime, ICT and the transport industry to highlight threats and discuss solutions Brussels, 24 May 2017 – A key conference...
6 Mar 2017
Hit Rail’s support for AlmavivA’s project with Italy’s Infrastructure Manager RFI leads to closer cooperation Brussels, 06 March 2017 – A new strategic cooperation agreement between...

Shareholders

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