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HARTING reveal new connectivity solutions for rail

HARTING’s Railway Web-Seminar series continues with a look at their new product innovations for rail, which will be launched at InnoTrans 2022.

InnoTrans is the world’s leading trade fair for transport technology and HARTING are looking forward to welcoming representatives from the rail industry. If you cannot join them live in Berlin or you would like a recap of the new solutions, join the detailed InnoTrans 2022 Review on Thursday 6th October.

Highlights include solutions for achieving weight reduction, efficient power distribution and future-proofed data transmission. You’ll also learn how simplification and engineering services can significantly reduce installation and design-in times.


A future session will discuss Predictive Maintenance and how artificial intelligence will be key to optimising maintenance and service operations, resulting in less downtimes and longer lifetimes. You’ll also see a first system prototype, based on a joint enterprise between HARTING and TURCK.

You only need to register once to gain access to all the sessions. If you cannot attend live, you will receive an e-mail after each Web-Seminar with a link to the video recording. The recordings will also be available on demand.

Currently available on demand is a session from earlier in September which looks at the HARTING Competence Centre and Cabling. You’ll learn more about HARTING’s bespoke specialisms, including cable assemblies, inter-car jumpers and box builds, which are built at their fully IRIS-certified manufacturing facilities. You’ll also discover support options for testing, crimping and assembly work.

To learn more and register for this informative series, please click here:

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