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Trains have come a long way since the days of the Iron Horse. Today’s railroads rely on innovations like smart sensors, big data, machine visioning and ultrasound to constantly monitor the health and integrity of railcars, locomotives and track. Data and analytics are being used to spot patterns, identify maintenance needs and predict problems before they happen. Many people don't know about rail's techie side — click the text below to share on your Twitter feed.
San Bernardino, California
“With 27,000 square miles and California’s fastest growing population, we are truly building an empire. Railroads have helped catalyze this growth and will continue to foster it as they invest substantially in the rail network that connects Inland Empire to the world.”
“The Bluegrass automotive industry landscape would not be the powerhouse that it is today without rail. Kentucky ranked 6th nationally in 2011 in originated rail tons of autos and auto parts.”
"In my extensive research on transportation, workforce development and safety, I have observed freight railroads’ commitment to innovative safety programs."