Leroy Automation on the Road to ‘Make in India’ TCMS Components

As a major international railway partner, Leroy Automation will strategically sponsor the 2nd annual Future Rail India Summit 2017 in New Delhi on 7-8 December.

Exhibition times will allow conference attendees to network with Leroy Automation’s rail experts and to learn about the most innovative products and solutions to integrate extremely reliable ‘best-in-class’ Train Control and Monitoring Systems (TCMS); compact and modular Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) with integrated field bus communication networks and I/O management modules to leverage on-board signaling applications such as Train Control Systems (ETCS) or Communication-Based Train Control (CBTC) architectures and equipment.

For 35 years, Leroy Automation has been accompanying major rolling stock manufacturers, locomotive subsystem integrators and equipment suppliers for new built rolling stock vehicles and for many train fleet overhaul projects as well as for the deployment of LV/MV power substation automation projects.

Leroy Automation offers an outstanding product portfolio with extremely robust, reliable and SIL2-certified safety solutions designed according to world-class quality railway standards and unmatched performances for on-board TCMS, propulsion and signalling applications.

At the Future Rail India Summit 2017, the stress will be put on its latest products successfully deployed in large-scale project deployments in India such as the 20 ALSTOM new-generation four-car metro trainsets for Lucknow Metro Rail Corporation (LMRC) or the first of the 800 ALSTOM locomotives for Indian Railways’ mega-contract.

For the railway energy market, Leroy Automation offers ready-to-deploy MODBUS TCP or DNP3.0-based remote terminal unit (RTU) devices and I/O rackmount solutions for the automation of traction power substations.

Other communication protocols supported include IEC 61850, IEC 61870-101 and IEC 61870-104. In this field, Leroy Automation equips European and South Korean railroads for up to 25kV high-speed train lines’ distribution substations.

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