The combination of rising energy costs and the urgency of the climate crisis has made energy efficiency a priority across every sector, including transport. Through the analysis of granular data on asset performance, operation and energy use, CODA is supporting the transport sector to become the most efficient and fully digitalised building network in Europe.
CODA’s analytics software and machine learning algorithms deliver data to maintenance teams, enabling them to make strategic changes that will lower the energy costs, reduce the environmental impact and improve the overall operational efficiency of the transport sector’s sites and assets. These insights can also highlight any assets that are performing in a way that is unexpected so that it is possible to undertake proactive maintenance and avoid the risk of critical asset failure and subsequent service disruption.
CODA also has the potential to make transport buildings and sites safer for employees and travellers by ensuring that health and safety guidelines are being upheld. The system can also help to limit the risk of viral transmission by continually monitoring the air quality and ensuring occupancy levels are within a healthy range.
CODA’s reporting tools can be used to evidence legislative compliance and commitment to ESG strategies. The data gathered by CODA’s innovative sensors can also quantify the progress that has been made towards reaching NetZero as well as the health and safety credentials of the rail or bus operator and generate reports that can be shared with stakeholders.
22 March 2021
According to IOT Analytics “In 2020, for the first time, there are more IoT connections than there are non-IoT connections. By 2025, it is expected that there will be more than 30 billion IoT connections, almost 4 IoT devices per person on average.”
15 January 2021
Power and peace of mind – two things very few transport authorities have any certainty over right now. With no set date for the end of the Government’s work from home guidance, rail and bus operators have an opportunity to put in place measures now that will bring back commuter confidence in the future.
20 March 2019
Our CEO Dan Shields comments on why digitalisation is big news in the rail sector and that the biggest challenge is to encourage rail operators to take the lead.
12 January 2023
As energy costs continue to rise and the need to accelerate global climate action intensifies, it is increasingly important for every industry to pursue more sustainable practices proactively. The digitalisation of the rail industry has a crucial role to play in the creation of more efficient rail transport, and this includes addressing non-traction energy consumption.