TAF TSI points the way to a competitive freight market

Lotker, Liran; Gul, Cafer
February 2010
Railway Gazette International;Feb2010, Vol. 166 Issue 2, p28
Trade Publication
This article focuses on the Telematic Applications for Freight Technical Specification for Interoperability (TAF TSI) in Europe. The idea behind this directive is to create specifications that will enable actors in the rail freight sector to exchange information. Included is a list of crucial industry information adopted and defined by TAF TSI. Particular focus is given to the implementation plan, along with the Common Components/Common Interface project. ELOG AB was hired to develop, deploy, maintain and support the common data-sharing platform.


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