Using Technology to do What Used to be Impossible

Using Technology to do What Used to be Impossible

Using technology to do what used to be impossible Customer requests for product service enhancements are incredibly different than they were even 5 years ago. If you’d asked me about some of...

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What are our customers asking for?

What are our customers asking for?

In a recent edition of Progressive Railroading magazine, PST President Seenu Chundru was asked about where technology and PST's customers are headed to. His answer: We're helping railroads capitalize on blending rail experience and technology. Here is the Magazine Article In the...

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Savage Enhances Rail Yard Safety with Innovative Digital Training

Savage Enhances Rail Yard Safety with Innovative Digital Training

PS Technology (PST) is pleased to announce that global transportation and logistics provider Savage will use 3D simulation training designed by PST specifically for Savage rail yard and industrial switching operations. PST worked closely with Savage’s yard and training...

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The Belt Railway Company of Chicago Implements CrewPro Short Line

The Belt Railway Company of Chicago Implements CrewPro Short Line

PS Technology (PST) is pleased to announce the Belt Railway Company of Chicago (BRC) has adopted CrewPro Short Line™ to help modernize the management of their crews. “It is critical that BRC sets itself up for continuing success when modernizing...

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Terminal Railroad Association of St. Louis Implements CrewPro Short Line

Terminal Railroad Association of St. Louis Implements CrewPro Short Line

PS Technology (PST) is pleased to announce the Terminal Railroad Association of St. Louis (TRRA) has adopted CrewPro Short Line™ to help modernize the management of their crews. “We found the PST solution to be the most complete and functional...

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Fireside Chat with Norfolk Southern’s Dan Bostek and PST’s Seenu Chundru

Fireside Chat with Norfolk Southern’s Dan Bostek and PST’s Seenu Chundru

Spend a quick ten minutes discovering how Norfolk Southern's Dan Bostek is approaching digital training, accident prevention, and the future of train-building. Dan discusses changes in: COVID's Impact on Engineer Training Remote Learning Improvements in Consistency Technology's Role in Improving...

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The Curse of Working on the Railroad

The Curse of Working on the Railroad

By modern standards, railroads are ancient organizations. In fact, if railroads were a person, they’d look around at most of the businesses out there and exclaim, “You kids, you don’t know what it means to do real work…” But railroads are...

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New Directions for Freight Railroads in 2021? Yes.

New Directions for Freight Railroads in 2021? Yes.

Let’s be honest. The freight railroad industry is seldom on the leading bleeding edge of innovation. There are good and practical reasons for that, too. Being “first” is a very expensive proposition in money, risk, and effort. But one thing...

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“I didn’t sign up for this…”

“I didn’t sign up for this…”

They’d been warned. The teen girls instantly levitated above the train tracks they were sitting on when the classic train whistle screamed at them to move. Then they ran as fast as any Olympic track star out of the blocks...

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Brutal, Beautiful, Railroad Steel

Brutal, Beautiful, Railroad Steel

Cold Steel You don't need to look for new switchyard engineers on the job. You just have to listen for them. There is nothing kind or delicate about switching operations. The cold hard fact is that a railroad's rolling steel is...

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