We combine cost-effectiveness, technology, and sustainability in the railway industry.
Shaping the future together
„We always question the status quo and believe in the only constant – the change. As idealists, we therefore take steps every day for a better future without losing sight of the big picture.“
„We are creating our tomorrow today. We are not afraid of going the extra mile for a greener future by combining cost-effectiveness and sustainability in technological progress.“
„Change is most promising when it is driven together. Close cooperation with our partners and an open
and trustful exchange
of ideas allows us
to grow together.”
„We are convinced that the foundation for a long-term and successful cooperation lies in our integrity. Honesty and transparency enable trust which is key for a successful cooperation.“
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Driving force behind evias
Priv.-Doz. Dr. Matthias Landgraf is CEO and founder of evias and private lecturer at Graz University of Technology as well as University of Applied Sciences in St. Pölten. From 2011 to 2023, he was responsible for project management, research and teaching at Graz University of Technology, Institute of Railway Engineering and Transport Economics.
In 2016, he received his doctorate in the field of condition monitoring, predictive maintenance, asset management and life cycle costing of railway infrastructure. Since then, the methods developed have been implemented at various European railway infrastructure managers such as ÖBB (Austria), SBB (Switzerland), ProRail (Netherlands) and BaneNor (Norway).
He established the research group “Environmental Aspects of Life Cycle Management in the Railway System” at Graz University of Technology, in which he dealt with energy efficiency, life cycle assessment and alternative propulsion technologies in the railway system. After research stays at UC Berkeley (California) and ETH Zurich (Switzerland), he completed his habilitation (venia docendi) at Graz University of Technology in 2022.
He is a renowned speaker with over 90 international lectures and moderations. In addition, he has authored 58 publications in the form of scientific papers, conference papers, book chapters and books. Due to his expertise in the areas of mobility, rail transport and sustainability, he is one of the lead authors of the second Austrian assessment report on climate change AAR2.
He won several awards such as FSV Research Award 2017, VCÖ Mobility Award (Consortium Hytrail) 2019, and best paper awards at WCRR 2019 in Tokyo and IHHA conference 2017 in Cape Town.”
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SHAPING A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE OF RAILWAYS TOGETHER
As Rail Consulting company from Austria we provide support with data-based optimization of processes in terms of efficiency, cost-effectiveness and sustainability in the rail industry.