20.05.2020 | Make your railway systems safe and reliable. In the current issue of the trade magazine "Der Nahverkehr" you can find out how our standard software zedas®asset can help you.
20.05.2020 | The App Train Check greatly simplifies train dispatch, the creation of wagon listing and brake sheets as well as the recording of damaged wagons.
Once the train check has been completed, the app automatically determines the possible braking weight allowances and calculates the braking weights and braking percentage for the train. The software automatically takes the requirements for the planned route, such as speed limitations and specifications with regard to the braking weight allowance, into account. The automatic calculation saves on time and, most importantly, costs.
In contrast to stand-alone apps, Train Check in zedas®cargo takes all of the data from the preceding processes such as the transport order and uses it for all downstream steps.
18.05.2020 | Rail freight companies and railway infrastructure companies (RFC, RIC) as well as workshops are under high cost and competitive pressure. This problem is compounded by challenges due to digitalisation, the shortage of skilled workers and strict requirements regarding documentation and verification.
The use of universal, modular standard software solutions which are specially designed for the requirements of the railway industry is recommended here. These applications form the basis for a consistent pool of data and generally provide information for all key processes in the company. This is exactly where the ZEDAS integrated product concept comes in.
08.05.2020 | At ZEDAS GmbH, responsibility in the commercial area passes from Klaus Wonneberger to Andreas Knauff.
As one of the co-founders, Klaus Wonneberger has been responsible for the commercial department of ZEDAS GmbH from the very beginning. As authorised signatory and head of finance, he and his team were responsible for the financial accounting and payroll accounting. Klaus Wonneberger will remain as an important, whereby he will be able to devote a little more time to his great passion, gliding at the Aeroclub Schwarzheide.
Rising freight volumes and the many participants involved in processes require a high degree of coordination in the port. In 2019 alone, around 200 trains a day and 150 different RUs – rail undertakings – were using the Port of Hamburg.
Sectoral zedas®cargo software digitalizes all stages from train notification to invoicing.