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Digital innovation at the service of rail network efficiency
Thanks to its membership of the Fédération des Industriels du Ferroviaire (FIF) and its participation in SNCF Réseau’s Rail Open Lab (ROL), SCLE develops and tests with its partners innovative solutions to optimize the operation of the French rail network.
SCLE’s Digital Innovation team operates using the Agile method and has all the human and material resources to respond to the use cases submitted by the ROL, design the POCs and test them in the field. Field experimentation is recorded and all measurement and operating indicators are analyzed and synthesized during feedback. The prototypes are then finalized, industrialized and marketed.
L’équipe Innovation digitale de SCLE fonctionne en méthode Agile et dispose de toutes les ressources humaines et matérielles pour répondre aux cas d’usages soumis par le ROL, concevoir les POC et les mettre à l’épreuve sur le terrain. L’expérimentation sur le terrain est enregistrée et tous les indicateurs de mesure et de fonctionnement sont analysés et synthétisés lors du REX. Les prototypes sont alors finalisés, industrialisés et commercialisés.
The ROL is an open innovation platform bringing together players in the rail industry with the objective of improving the efficiency of the rail network. It allows manufacturers wishing to innovate to access railway infrastructures and to establish privileged contact with people in the trade in order to experiment with new solutions. It is a real technological accelerator.
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