RailData is special group of the UIC (International Union of Railways)
which develops and runs central IT systems for European freight Railway Undertakings.

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  • Production migration to cloud at Amazon

    Paris / Frankfurt, 14th January 2020  RailData migrated production of its central applications from two computer centres in Paris to cloud computing at AWS (Amazon Web Services) in Frankfurt. The migration was successfully done on Tuesday 14th January 2020. All applications were subject of this migration: ISR (with all modules), ORFEUS, CoReDa and ATTI. French IT company LUSIS has set up the new platform at AWS and performed the migration and will continue to support the operation of the central servers.

  • RailData elections

    Basel 14h November 2019  Following to the new RailData Terms of Reference and also as consequence of resignation of Mr. Michael Pfitzner, the former General assembly chairman, elections took place at the last RailData Assemblies meetings on 13th - 14th November in Vienna.

  • RailData 25th Anniversary Event

    In 2020, RailData is going to celebrate its 25th Anniversary. Original plan was to organize this event on 2nd June 2020 in Riga, after the General Assembly meeting, along the 7th edition of the Global Rail Freight Conference ( GRFC), organised by the UIC in partnership with Latvian Railways. Currently due to the Covid-17 situation, we do not know yet, if the event will happen in Riga or not. Alternate (back-up) date for the Anniversary celebration is 25th November, venue to be selected.


  • New RailData Terms of Reference

    Berlin, 23.5.2019   -  RailData has completely revised its earlier Statutes and the result is new Terms of Reference (ToR). New ToR include several basic changes, e.g. detach of RailData Membership from Usage of RailData IT systems. It enables the new commercial model, which makes easier and cheaper for smaller railway undertakings to use our applications. Newly it will be also possible to use the aplications, without being RailData member. ToR also allows to develop some additional functions, required by only one or few Users (they need to finance it).

  • Raildata and TSI TAF

    RailData is strongly involved in implementation of the TSI TAF (technical specification for interoperability relating to the telematics applications for freight subsystem of the rail system in the European Union). RailData also actively participates in the change process proposing several change requests for related functions.