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Alstom Announces Rolling Stock and Digital Systems for InnoTrans 2018

Alstom Transport has announced the products and innovations which it will be showcasing at InnoTrans 2018. The focus of its display is on sustainability and digitalisation.

InnoTrans 2018-Coradia iLint-Alstom
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In addition to its new generation of high-speed trains, the range of rolling stock which the company will be presenting at the show include its pioneering hydrogen train – the Coradia iLint – as well as the Prima H4 bi-mode shunting locomotive, and the Aptis electric bus. Alstom will also be demonstrating its series of SRS and APS devices for trams and buses. The new digital systems in its portfolio include the Iconis, a security control centre, and Mastria, a multimodal supervision solution.

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The company will further be revealing a new and as yet undisclosed system which is designed for ‘connecting professionals and facilitating the emergence of a new business model in the mobility sector’.

InnoTrans is the largest trade fair and exhibition for the rail industry in the world. The 2018 show is happening on 18–21 September.

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