Signalling & Communications

Paul Plummer, Chief Executive of the Rail Delivery Group, will now formally open Railtex 2017 at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham on 9 May. He has kindly agreed to take on this role following the withdrawal of Rail Minister Paul Maynard MP due to the recent announcement of a…
President Jacob Zuma unveiled the first locomotive to be designed, engineered and manufactured in Africa, marking a crucial step in Transnet’s and South Africa’s march towards becoming a leading manufacturer and supplier of rolling stock on the continent. The Trans-Africa Locomotive is a brainchild of Transnet’s engineering and manufacturing division, Transnet Engineering. It…
Artesyn Embedded Technologies announced a collaboration with Hyukshin Engineering Co., Ltd, a leading rail integrator in South Korea, for the development of rail signaling solutions based on Artesyn’s ControlSafe™ Platform. The two companies have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) for broad cooperation on the development of safety integrity level…
L.K. Comstock & Company Inc., a leading specialty electrical contractor and a subsidiary of RailWorks Corporation, announced it has been  awarded a $223.3 million contract with the Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) to modernize the existing signaling system and install a new communications-based train control (CBTC) system on the Queens Boulevard Line connecting Queens…
Hitachi Rail Europe has achieved a major milestone on behalf of the rail industry as it bids to create extra capacity and greater reliability for passengers on the UK’s congested rail network.                                                                                Hitachi has been given approval to use its modern in-cab signalling system on UK passenger services, which is…
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