Many years of worldwide experience have enabled Frauscher to develop wheel sensors that are characterised by maximum availability.
Frauscher Sensor Technology makes it simpler for system integrators and railway operators to get the information they need to run, monitor and protect their operational network. Frauscher offers best-in-class wheel detection systems and axle counters.
Frauscher experts are on-site in global markets to ensure comprehensive support during the whole customer lifecycle. Additionally, customers are able to design, configure, install, adapt and maintain all components and systems by themselves due to individual training and support.
Frauscher’s product portfolio includes solutions for:
- Wheel Sensors: RSR180, RSR123, RSR110
- Axle Counters: FAdC®, FAdCi®, ACS2000, SENSiS
- Software interfaces: Standards, Customer-specific, Frauscher standard FS
- Monitoring & Diagnostics: Frauscher Diagnostics System FDS
Due to long years of worldwide experience, we are able to develop wheel sensors that are characterised by maximum availability for both vital and non-vital applications. Frauscher wheel sensors generate reliable data and withstand even extreme temperatures, vibrations and electromagnetic interference.
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Axle counting systems with inductive wheel sensors have established themselves with many railway operators worldwide as reliable and cost-effective track vacancy detection systems. The varying basic conditions and requirements among different operators call for flexible and individual adaptation possibilities when it comes to modern axle counting systems. For this reason, all Frauscher axle counting systems have been structured in such a way that they are modular and scalable. With its axle counter portfolio, Frauscher offers its customers around the globe optimal solutions for each of their functional, operational and infrastructural requirements.
Innovative tools offer additional support during installation and operation. For example, Frauscher offers individually adaptable, future-proof diagnostic solutions that exploit the potential of increasing digitalisation in the railway industry. Databases and diagnostic systems, which can run both on-premises and in a cloud, enable intelligent monitoring of entire railway networks. They thus support the efficient planning and implementation of preventive maintenance measures.
Quality and services for all requirements
Frauscher has installed more than 200,000 wheel sensors in over 100 countries worldwide. The company and its products are accredited to IRIS (ISO/TS 22163) Rev. 3, ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and ISO 45001. Frauscher axle counters fully comply with CENELEC and SIL 4 safety standards and offer the highest level of performance and reliability.
With 500 employees, locations, offices and sales partners on all continents in more than 30 nations, Frauscher is able to offer both technical and economical solutions according to local requirements.
Frauscher provides solutions for all of the relevant railway markets:
- Main lines
- Urban & Mass transit
- Industrial & Mining
Frauscher’s customer base includes some of the largest and most well-known railway systems around the world.
As an example, all major European railroads use Frauscher axle counters in signalling applications including DB, SNCF, Network Rail (UK), OBB, SSB, as well as some of the most advanced metro and transit networks.
Global signalling companies such as Alstom, Bombardier, CRSC, Hitachi and Siemens trust the reliability, precision, versatility and advanced technology of the company’s products.
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- More than 30 years of successful sensor development.
- Pioneer for Wheel Sensors and Axle counters
- 500+ Employees worldwide
- Installed base of more than 200,000 wheel sensors in more than 100 countries
- 35,000 annual production capacity (sensors)
Growing conurbations, increasing car park prices and not least rising fuel prices are pushing trams and underground railways increasingly to the forefront of urban and suburban rail transportation infrastructures.
Axle counting systems are used in many countries around the world as a replacement for track vacancy detection systems.
Wheel detection and axle counting systems provide the basic information for track vacancy detection, for controlling level crossing systems and a range of switching tasks or trigger functions. This technology is established throughout the world for standard gauge railways and is increasingly replacing track circuits.
Frauscher Sensortechnik understands the challenge of developing inductive wheel sensors that can guarantee fail-safe, reliable wheel detection.
Research and development in the field of signalling is faced with the challenge of providing cost-effective solutions for high availability of safety-relevant systems.
The RER E Line extension, also known as EOLE (Est Ouest Liaison Express) project, involves the expansion of Line E of the RER rail network in Paris, France, westwards from its existing terminus in the Haussmann-Saint-Lazare railway station to the Nanterre La Folie station.
Frauscher has transferred its Fibre Optic Sensing (FOS) business to a separate company and relaunched the entire corporate brand.
This year's WDF conference in Vienna, Austria, had over 260 visitors, with 101 railway industry companies and institutions represented from 40 different nations.
Frauscher Sensor Technology Group has been acquired by French Delachaux Group in a transaction that was finalised on 28 February.
Five years since its entry to the Indian market, Frauscher Sensor Technology has developed the growth of its business, now employing more than 100 staff.
Under the motto 'The future of train tracking', the fourth edition of the Wheel Detection Forum will be packed with presentations, discussions and reports on proven as well as future technology. About 250 leading experts are awaited to join the forum in Vienna. Thereby this will also be the perfect possibility for networking with senior decision makers from all over the globe.
Frauscher and Alstom deepen their relationship in a long-term leading supplier agreement. Frauscher has joined the Alstom Alliance, the strategic partnership programme of Alstom. The charter was signed by Olivier Baril, CPO Alstom, and Michael Thiel, CEO Frauscher Sensor Technology. Alstom Alliance acknowledges approximately 30 companies who work closely with Alstom in terms of business development, industrial excellence as well as products and innovations.
Founded in 2011, Frauscher UK has rapidly grown stronger during the last years. To meet the increasing market interest in our solutions and to handle the tasks that came with developing the new product line Frauscher Tracking Solutions FTS, we moved into a new and larger office lately.
In 2015, the Josef Frauscher Private Foundation and Michael Thiel, CEO of Frauscher Sensor Technology, agreed on a management buyout (MBO) of the whole Frauscher Sensor Technology Group. Consequently the business group was, in association with the current management, acquired by Greenbriar Equity Group by 1 October 2016.
At this year's InnoTrans in Berlin, Frauscher Sensor Technology launched a world premiere: its new product line Frauscher Tracking Solutions FTS, which has the potential to revolutionise the way of train operations. From the first minute of the exhibition it gained immense attention from all visitors who came to the Frauscher stand in large numbers.
After only 18 months of construction time, the Frauscher Innovation Centre has been opened at the company's head office in St. Marienkirchen, Austria on 24 June 2016. The opening ceremony was attended by numerous representatives from politics and media, as well as by employees and guests.
Under the motto "Visions and Trends in Train Detection", participants at the WDF 2015 can expect three days in Vienna packed with technical presentations, panel discussions and reports on proven and future technology focused on wheel detection and axle counting.
The Frauscher Group is investing eight million euros into the extension of the wheel sensor production and the construction of a new building at their headquarters in St Marienkirchen. With the expansion, the production capacity of sensors can be doubled.
Frauscher axle counters and wheel detection systems have successfully operated throughout Australia for more than ten years.
Since the last time that the InnoTrans was held, Frauscher has successfully developed a range of customer specific products that have led to the creation of a broad choice of new applications and enhanced functionality.
"Global markets, customised solutions" - under this motto, Frauscher presented its state-of-the-art wheel detection and axle counting systems at InnoTrans 2012 in Berlin.
"Global markets, customised solutions" - under this motto, Frauscher will be presenting its state-of-the-art wheel detection and axle counting systems at InnoTrans in Berlin from 18 to 21 September 2012.
Mumbai Railway Vikas Corporation (MRVC), a state-run project company controlled by Indian Railways, awards the largest contract for axle counting systems in recent years to a consortium under the technical leadership of Frauscher Sensortechnik. The contract encompasses system design, de
Over the past few months, the Frauscher magnetic noise receiver (MNR) has been undergoing field tests under practice conditions, in collaboration with the Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB). The overall impression of the mobile measuring system for the analysis of vehicle magnetic fields has co
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