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Discover Thales at TRAKO 2015
A global signaling solution for main lines – ETCS
European Train Control System (ECTS) is the core signalling solution of ERTMS, the European Rail Traffic Management System for mainline networks, facilitating the creation of intra-European rail corridors. Created to allows seamless operation across borders and rail networks through its interoperable and secure functions, ETCS has proved its value in Europe and worldwide. In Poland, over 700 km of Polish railway have been equipped by Thales’s ETCS signaling. 5 out of 7 ETCS projects in Poland are implemented by Thales.
Efficiently managing mainline traffic – ARAMIS
With ARAMIS (Advanced Railway Automation, Management and Information System), Thales manages the traffic of 52 000 trains a day, in operation in 16 countries on 72 000 km of track. Our system automatically controls, supervises and records the actual railway traffic, simplifying the management tasks of railway operators by detecting conflict and proposing optimized operational solutions. This traffic management solution is being implemented in 53 stations throughout Poland.
Innovating Passenger Information systems – APIS
Allowing to create, distribute and present transport related information correctly and in a timely manner is what makes APIS system stand out. This solution facilitates operators’ tasks and ensures that passengers are provided with the information they need throughout their journey, to make traveling easier. Preparing the future through our academic partnerships Thales has developed several academic partnerships in Poland. The most recent partnership was established in March of 2015 with the Warsaw University of Technology (WUT). Thales is also in cooperation with the AGH University Science and Technology (AGH) and the Kazimierz Pułaski University of Technology and Humanities (UTH). Both of these partnerships focus on joint educational and R&D activities in the transportation and capabilities for smart transport domains.
Visit us at booth n°57, Hall A.
A press briefing will take place on Wednesday 23rd September at 12.00 pm
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