TrackCircuitLifeCheck ICC Sensors for Eurotunnel

In the scope of the deployment of the Track Circuit Life Check (TLC) at EUROTUNNEL for ANSALDO UM71CB and TVM-430 infrastructure inspection, the Eurotunnel’s Krupp Diesel Locomotive 903 and 904 are using old SNCF designed TGV PSB ICC sensors for gathering shunted track circuits currents (working with TLC ICC subsystem). Since Eurotunnel wanted to equip…

TestOBU.SIL0: the cost-effective ERTMS pre-test solution

ERTMS on-site testing is well known to be mandatory, expensive and complex. TestOBU.SIL0 offers a game-changing solution that delivers a cost-effective ERTMS pre-test solution which also ensures ERTMS lines validation. In the framework of its HPGVSE (High Performance High Speed) and HPMV (High Performance Conventional Line) projects, SNCF RESEAU chose the TestObu.SIL0 as testing tool…

Enhance your Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS) with ontologies

Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS) are at the heart of any Railway Operator operational activities today. Indeed, these systems contain all information regarding incidents or predictive maintenance. They are used to plan the maintainer activities as well as ensure that the rolling stock stays in line with regulatory obligations and commercial commitments. As a consequence,…

Partnership with Phooltas – India

ERTMS Solutions recently participated to the I.P.W.E in India. It was the perfect opportunity to announce our partnership with Phooltas. This new partnership marks another step toward increasing ERTMS Solutions’ activities in India. Contact us or our partner to discuss your project.

Oc’Via Maintenance chose the TrackCircuitLifeCheck to maintain track circuits

In July 2017, Oc’Via Maintenance chose the BaliseLifeCheck to maintain Eurobalises and KVB balises that equip their 80 km railway line, the Nîmes-Montpellier Bypass. Convinced by the reliability of this product and aware of ERTMS Solutions’ successes with previous TrackCircuitLifeCheck contracts (press releases Eurotunnel and MESEA), they decided to order this second instrument to measure…