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2 December 2021

IRIS Certification is a Strategic Step for the Development of DYSTEN

The DYSTEN company has joined the group of producers whose quality of order execution has been confirmed by the IRIS certificate.

The IRIS certification mark confirms that DYSTEN products meet the extremely strict quality requirements of the railway industry regarding the field of passenger information systems.

IRIS is the International Railway Industry Standard managed by the European Railway Industry Association (UNIFE) and is widely recognised by rail stakeholders, such as system manufacturers and rail operators. The IRIS certificate is based on the internationally recognised ISO/TS 22163:2017 standard, which contains specific application requirements for companies operating in the railway industry.

Thanks to IRIS certification, customers and partners of the company can check what quality and safety-related standards are implemented by the DYSTEN company, as well as verify which criteria that the company’s products are developed, designed, manufactured, and tested against.

The DYSTEN company provides the railway industry with passenger information systems, including: <ul> <li>Displays of departures and arrivals to be placed on platforms and stations of various sizes and types</li> <li>Interactive kiosks displaying both the departures and arrivals of trains, as well as other operator-specific content</li> <li>Sound/broadcast systems installed in stations and stops</li> </ul> IRIS certification is yet another strategic step in the development of the DYSTEN company, aimed at allowing the company to enter foreign markets. The IRIS certificate is characterised by its international nature. It results in various benefits for customers – thanks to standardised requirements, a constant product quality is ensured throughout the entire supply chain and across the country’s borders.

DYSTEN provides a range of passenger information displays for railways stations, as well as bus and tram stops.
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