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19 January 2018
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CRITICAL Software

White Papers

Electronic Track Gauges for Railway Measurements
The white paper features the GRAW range of products, including the inertial and standard trolley for track geometry, track and turnout geometry, SCORPION 3-D laser scanning system, as well as many other railway industry solutions.

Cables for Railway Applications
We at SAB Bröckskes see ourselves as manufacturer and service provider, in the sense of real partnership and customer-oriented work.

On-Train Fibre-Optic Connectivity
Applications such as on-board internet, communication-based train control and passenger information or entertainment systems require the reliable transmission of ever greater data volumes in trains.

TetraFlex for Rail and Metro Communications
Simplifying advanced communications for Public Transport. Meet the increased demands on safety and operational efficiency within large public transport systems with the TetraFlex TETRA radio infrastructure.

Railway Infrastructure Solutions
STECONFER is a global railway construction company with an experienced workforce and plant equipment fleet for track works, overhead line (catenary), railway signalling and other rail-based systems.

Press Releases

Innovating Safety Solutions for 70 Years
Frequentis has established itself as a leader in the global market from its technological expertise and innovation. The corporate group was founded in 1947 and is located in Austria. 

New Generation of the High-speed Strain Gauge Amplifier SGA2
The next generation of Elsys strain gauge amplifiers now offers USB configuration and auto-offset compensation.

Compact Open Frame CAN Transceivers TDx21DCANx and TDx22DCAN Series
MORNSUN recently announced cost-effective, compact size CAN transceiver TDx21DCANx series and TDx22DCAN series, to assist fast signal response in industries of power grid, industrial control and instrumentation, etc.

Kingrail Develops Seamless Pipes
Kingrail has developed new seamless pipes products that will be used in Russia.

JWC Environmental Acquired by Sulzer
Sulzer has announced that it has acquired product removal company JWC Environmental, LLC (JWC).

Features

Greenrail: turning sleepers into solar power stations
Sleepers made from secondary waste materials, which can integrate sustainable power systems, have the potential to turn railways all over the world into producers of clean energy. Greenrail's sustainable development manager explains how.

Malaysia and Singapore sign Rapid Transit System agreement
Malaysia and Singapore have announced a joint agreement to deliver the 4km Rapid Transit System (RTS) link between Singapore and Johor Bahru in southern Malaysia.

Will maglev ever become mainstream?
First developed in the 1940s by British engineer Eric Laithwaite, magnetic levitation technology has so far failed to reach the transportation mainstream. Can new projects in Japan and China help Laithwaite’s dream finally become a reality?

Mobility first: addressing the needs of wheelchair and mobility scooter users on UK rail
Access for wheelchair users and mobility scooter users on Britain’s stations and trains might have improved in recent years, but rail companies need to keep listening to the voices of their disabled passengers.

On track at last: construction of the Brenner Base Tunnel picks up speed
As the most ambitious and expensive undertaking of its kind, the Brenner Base Tunnel between Austria and Italy will shift the European freight sector from road to rail. The project is still on track, despite German obstinacy.

Projects

Gold Line Foothill Extension Project Phase Three, California
Gold Line Foothill extension is a three-phased expansion of the Los Angeles light rail transit system’s Metro Gold Line, which runs between East Los Angeles and Azusa.

Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail Project, Oregon
The 7.3-mile Portland to Milwaukie light railway transit project in the US state of Oregon was undertaken by Tri-County Metropolitan Transportation District of Oregon (TriMet), Oregon’s public transportation authority.

Parramatta Light Rail Project, New South Wales
Parramatta Light Rail is a proposed dual-track, light rail project aimed at meeting the growing public transportation needs in the Greater Parramatta region of New South Wales (NSW), Australia.

Cardiff Area Signalling Renewal (CASR) Project, Cardiff, Wales
The Cardiff Area Signalling Renewal (CASR) project improved station entrances, added new platforms, and upgraded track and signalling to increase the reliability and capacity of the Cardiff and Valleys rail network in the UK.

Sunshine Coast Light Rail Project, Queensland
The Sunshine Coast light rail project is a planned rapid transit system to be developed in Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia.

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