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9 September 2014

DA-Design to Present its Passenger Information Equipment at InnoTrans 2014


Transport computer systems specialist DA-Design is to showcase its equipment at the forthcoming Innotrans 2014 exhibition in Berlin, Germany.

DA-Design designs and manufactures vehicle information equipment to operators and vehicle manufacturers.

The vehicle information platform has an open IP architecture and the server network enables any devices in the cabin to be operated with the DA system.

DA-Design manufactures vehicle server networks, passenger information displays, advertising displays and driver control panels:

  • DAVES – Server Network
  • DAVED – Passenger information and advertising displays
  • DAVED – Driver control panels

Our display and computer systems present a sound investment for operators as products are robust and durable to meet the demands of extreme environments. Displays can easily be customized for special uses, which are suitable for challenging retrofitting of existing fleet.

Our quality system meets public transportation requirements and the key standards: product assurance fully compliant to EN 50155 standard: Railways Applications – Electronic equipment used on rolling stock.

DA-Design works with vehicle manufacturers and public transportation operators to provide vehicle computer and display systems that increase passenger safety and satisfaction.

For more information, please contact DA Design or visit us at Hall 2.2, Booth 104 at Innotrans 2014 during 23-26 September.

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