InnoTrans Innovation Tour features Amsted Digital Solutions

We had the exciting opportunity to introduce Amsted Digital Solutions as part of the InnoTrans Innovation Tour! Thank you to all who participated in the tour and visited the Amsted Rail booth. For those who haven’t yet, be sure to stop by Hall 20, Booth 303 this week at InnoTrans!  

Amsted Rail forms Amsted Digital Solutions SAS in support of its global growth

Amsted Rail is happy to announce the establishment of a European location with a primary focus on telematics. The company, Amsted Digital Solutions SAS (Amsted Digital), is headquartered in Levallois Perret, France and offers end-to-end IoT telematics platforms developed by USA based Amsted Digital Solutions, Inc. Amsted Digital has recently introduced the latest generation of onboard telematics hardware and end-to-end platform solutions for unpowered assets, such as rail wagons and ISO containers. The platform features ultra-low powered IoT device hardware including wireless sensors, communication management units or gateways, as well as sophisticated device management, and cloud-based tools and applications that… Read more »

Amsted Digital Solutions at RSI Rail Expo

  Visit Amsted Digital Solutions RSI/CMA 2018 Rail Expo & Technical Conference Booth 328   Thank you to everyone who has visited the Amsted Digital Solutions Booth at the RSI Rail Expo this week! For those who haven’t stopped by yet, you don’t want to miss out on all Amsted Digital Solutions has to offer. Come learn about our end-to-end platform for global fleet visibility through Tuesday, September 11 at Booth 328.  

Amsted Digital Solutions to debut at InnoTrans 2018

Amsted Digital Solutions helps empower asset owners and fleet managers to maximize asset utilization and fleet productivity, setting the stage for Smart Transportation hubs of the future. See where we can take you next at the Amsted Rail/Amsted Digital Solutions booth at InnoTrans: Hall 20, Booth 303

COO Brad Myers discusses the future impact of IoT technology on freight rail

  “Today, everyday things like appliances, your automobile, even your Fitbit are connected. Connected devices and connected people represent the most recent wave of technology change. Now, companies are evaluating their IoT [Internet of Things] strategies in far more detail as to how they connect their plants, their products and their customers. So how does this IoT technology transfer to freight rail transportation? What are the challenges and potential benefits?” Read more from Brad Myers, Chief Operating Officer of Amsted Digital Solutions, in Progressive Railroading (article on page 16).