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31 Dec 2021

ERA’s 2021 Annual Interoperability Overview
The Agency published in October the Annual Interoperability Overview. These annual overviews are part of the Agency’s effort to provide more regular outputs from its monitoring of progress with safety and interoperability complementing its in-depth biennial report.

15 Dec 2021

Myths Versus Facts in Automation: Why We Humans Will Still Matter
By Dr Itiel Dror, University College London (UCL) and Jayne Yeo, Project Officer, ERA

28 Oct 2021

Work of ERA’s Linked Data Team Published
The team in charge of ERA’s transformation from a traditional to a data-centric approach of data management is proud to have contributed a chapter entitled “Leveraging Semantic Technologies for Digital Interoperability in the European Railway Domain” to a publication coming out of the 20th International Semantic Web Conference ISWC 2021. The publication is among the 3 candidates for the award of best paper In-Use in ISWC 2021.

27 Oct 2021

Meet ERA at SIFER 2021
From 25 to 27 October 2021

07 Oct 2021

Positive Safety Culture to Bring European Rail Safety to Next Level
Rail officials honour the importance of the European Rail Climate Survey (ERA-SCS), the first pan-European sectoral survey on safety perception, as hallmark for a positive culture and important step for harmonising and improving rail safety in Europe

08 Sep 2021

Benefits of EU harmonised rules and procedures to improve railway safety
On 1 and 2 of September, the EU Agency for Railways organised an online seminar on safety of operations in the scope of its EUMedRail project.

27 Jul 2021

Consultation on the 2022 package revision of the TSI relating to telematics applications for passengers (TAP TSI)
In accordance with Articles 7 of Regulation (EU) 2016/796 (Agency Regulation), the European Union Agency for Railways shall consult organisations representing freight customers and passengers on matters having a direct impact on rail freight customers and passengers.