Reliable rolling stock and tracks, profitable freight transports even on the last mile - this is how you design the "strong rail". At ZEDAS, we know the challenges you face as a local, regional or international railway and transport company.
As an innovation-driven company, ZEDAS offers standard software that is trend-setting for the digitalisation of the railway industry. Over 30 years of railway know-how flow into our products, comprehensive consulting and first-class service from a single source. Unleash the potential of your data as part of integrated railway processes with the leading solutions zedas®asset and zedas®cargo.
Turning data into action.
27.07.2022 | ZEDAS GmbH will once again be represented as an exhibitor at InnoTrans 2022 and presenting its software solutions zedas®asset and zedas®cargo. Visit us in CityCube, Hall B – Booth 110!
03.06.2022 | If only one mode of transport is used for freight transport, as in the case of pure road freight transport, communication is usually not an obstacle. If, on the other hand, several modes of transport have to work together, the establishment of a continuous information chain is essential for the smooth handling of the transports. Combined transport, as one of the most important approaches for the mobility revolution, faces precisely this challenge: establishing standardised and efficient communication between the actors.
03.05.2022 | With the integrated asset management system zedas®asset, the maintenance processes of railway infrastructure can be planned, controlled and managed in a requirement-oriented, condition-oriented and cost-optimised manner.
25.03.2022 | On 10 March 2022, ZEDAS continued its successful webinar series and showed in their german webinar how operators and maintainers of rail vehicles are supported by the zedas®asset ECM module in ECM-compliant documentation and operational approval.
10.12.2021 | Within the framework of the mFUND funding program of the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure, the German Center for Rail Transport Research at the Federal Railway Authority, DB Netz AG Frankfurt a.M., the Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing Berlin, as well as the Institute of Civil Engineering at TU Berlin and Vrana GmbH from Rimsting and ZEDAS GmbH will start a joint research project in December. The goal is AI-based analysis of rail inspection data to optimize defect detection, assessment and maintenance planning.