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NSB - Articles and news items

Stadler partners with Nomad Digital to deliver WiFi for NSB passengers in Norway

Rail industry news / 22 September 2016 /

Working in partnership with Stadler, connectivity solutions provider Nomad Digital has delivered passenger WiFi on 82 Flirt trains for Norwegian train operator NSB.

Nomad Tech successfully completes first phase of NSB Norway Remote Condition Monitoring deployment

InnoTrans 2014, Rail industry news / 25 September 2014 /

The Nomad Digital and EMEF joint venture, Nomad Tech, has reported on the successful first phase completion of a remote condition based monitoring solution for NSB Norway trains…

The Norwegian State Railways NSB have appointed HaCon to provide a HAFAS-based journey planner for all of Norway

Rail industry news / 16 January 2014 /

At the turn of the year, the Norwegian State Railways NSB and HaCon signed the contract for a new timetable information system…

NSB chooses Nomad Digital to reduce maintenance costs and improve fleet availability

Rail industry news / 3 December 2013 /

The solution will help NSB efficiently monitor the condition of its entire fleet…

Stadler select Nomad for NSB’s new “FLIRT” trains

Rail industry news / 12 March 2010 /

NOMAD Digital has signed a £1.5m contract with STADLER to equip 50 new FLIRT trains with its high speed broadband communications system.

The search for the train of the future

Issue 3 2008, Past issues / 28 May 2008 /

There is no doubt that trains are the future of transport – and for NSB, the future starts now, as the groundwork is being laid to make the train the number one means of transport in Norway. Emil Eike, together with Stein Nilsen and Torod Gjermundsen, explain to readers of European Railway Review, how NSB is planning its largest ever order for new trains, and how it has also launched a comprehensive project to upgrade existing rolling stock.

NSB’s success story

Issue 6 2007, Past issues / 26 November 2007 /

NSB enters the fourth quarter of 2007 with historical results. The Norwegian media is reporting an approximate revenue increase of 10% for the first half of 2007 and an equivalent increase in passenger traffic. If this trend continues, the total number of passengers for this year is estimated to reach 53 million.

 

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