Predge enters into strategic partnership with German rail technology company Vossloh

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Predge enters into strategic partnership with German rail technology company Vossloh

  • Strategic cooperation to develop a forecast model for point machines
  • Predge brings extensive expertise in data analytics and artificial intelligence

Luleå, September 18, 2023. Predge and the German rail technology company Vossloh from Wherdol, Germany are joining forces. This strategic collaboration combines Predge’s extensive expertise in the fields of data analysis and artificial intelligence, with Vossloh’s in-depth expertise in the development and manufacture of point machines. Together, the two companies are setting themselves the goal of developing a predictive model that provides precise fault forecasts as well as valuable insights into impending failures. 

Simo Pykälistö, the CEO of Predge is looking forward to the collaboration with Vossloh: “Rail Infrastructure is one of the key competence areas within Predge. We specialize in developing cutting-edge predictive maintenance solutions and design our AI models specifically for operational use. Joining forces with Vossloh extends the reach of our offering to point machines and makes predictive insights available to a broader market.”

“With the help of this trendsetting forecast model, our customers will be able to plan their maintenance measures more proactively, in greater detail and better in the future. The number of failures will be noticeably reduced and ultimately the availability of the track significantly increased. At the same time, we will gain an even deeper insight into the interaction of the various track components,” says Oliver Schuster, CEO of Vossloh AG. He adds: “Vossloh is once again showing pioneering spirit and, together with Predge, is addressing the key customer need ‘availability of the track’ in a highly innovative and effective manner.”

Predge and Vossloh are setting new standards in rail infrastructure maintenance by combining the best of traditional rail expertise and cutting-edge digital technology. This partnership will make rail transport more efficient, safer and more economical.

Contact information

Simo Pykälistö, CEO
+46 70 351 53 03