Handheld AEI Tag Readers and Ruggedised Tablet PCs
With railroad host operating systems becoming more and more sophisticated, data acquisition has moved to a more mobile environment.
State of the Art in Axle Counting
Axle counting systems are used in many countries around the world as a replacement for track vacancy detection systems. They are also used in signalling equipment systems to build a more complete picture of what is happening on a particular stretch of track. For Frauscher Sensortechnik, the challenge is to improve the quality of the technology, without increasing the cost.
CBTC Connectivity Solutions
The overall performance of a rail rapid transit system depends largely on the performance of the automatic train control (ATC) system employed. A communication-based train control (CBTC) system is devised by adding modern communication technologies to the ATC concept.
Track Circuits Versus Wheel Detection
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.
Inter-Vehicle Jumper Systems
Today's inter-vehicle jumper systems must be capable of withstanding a diverse array of electrical, mechanical and climatic conditions.