Seismic Shift in Rail - Recorded Webinar for Progressive Railroading Magazine This was a webinar for Progressive Railroading Magazine by PST VP of Product, Prasanna Rajendran. Prasanna discusses trends impacting the rail industry and how to navigate them successfully. Prasanna comes...
PST knows that maintaining a high level of safety for the communities we transit through is crucial in the railroad industry. As we move towards a rail technological future, we need to consider ways to mitigate risks. The FRA has...
PST's Prasanna Rajendran was able to share his thoughts with Progressive Railroading Magazine's April 2023 edition: I’ve heard something surprising coming from railroads lately. They have begun referring to their overall efforts as a “Service Product.” What does this mean...
We’re Getting New Requests in the Rail Tech World First published in Progressive Railroading Magazine We’ve seen a huge shift in what railroads are asking for over the last 18 months. It’s caused largely by a critical mass of both an...
Bundling Railroad Goals and Outcomes AVP Jeanne Petty was featured in the November 2021 edition of Progressive Railroading magazine. She shared some insights on where PST is headed: This is a really exciting time to be managing the direction of our...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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...