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ISC Applied Systems (ISC) supplies information, security and communications systems to the rail industry.
The company designs and manufactures products that enhance comfort and security for passengers, as well as ensure the safe and reliable operation of transportation systems.
Electronic systems and services for railways
ISC provides transit authorities and railcar builders with high-quality electronic systems and services, such as integrated system control units, passenger emergency intercoms, communication control heads and passenger information signs.
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ISC also offers internet protocol (IP) communication systems and closed-circuit television (CCTV) solutions.
The company’s experienced engineers and technicians rigorously analyses clients’ situation to deliver customised solutions on time and with a warranty.
Passenger information displays for railcars
ISC offers monochrome / multicolour, single or double-sided LED displays for interior and exterior applications.
It also supplies remotely configured LCD displays that offer local data storage, and are available in 24in, 32in and ultra-wide variants.
Quality assurance for railway systems
ISC aims to provide high-quality electronic systems and services by performing personnel and customer training, research and development, as well as actively pursues customer feedback.
ISC products and services comply with the American Public Transportation Association (APTA), the US Federal Railroad Administration (FRA), International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), EN and Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) standards.
The company’s facility in Minneapolis, US, meets all Buy America and Buy American requirements.
A private company based in Pointe-Claire, Quebec, Canada, ISC has been providing rail solutions for more than 15 years and currently holds more than 20 active contracts among transit authorities in North America.
ISC aims to build value for its stakeholders and enhance disadvantaged business enterprises (DBE) through strategic alliances.
Previous partnerships have included Alstom, Hitachi Rail, Bombardier, Brookville Equipment, Nippon Sharyo, Siemens.
The company has also worked with consultants, including GO Transit, WMATA, ETS, SDMTS on transit systems, and LTK, URS, Jacobs, Parsons and Interfleet.
In addition to its offices in North America, ISC has installations in Newcastle, UK, and the London Underground rail network.
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ISC Applied Systems LLC
9815 Valley View Road
United States of America
ISC Applied Systems