This article first appeared in the Railway-News magazine, Issue 3 2022.
By Kristof Boerjan, Product Manager at Televic GSP
“Dear passengers, welcome aboard the intercity train to Ghent and Antwerp Central Station. The next stop is Waregem.”
On-board communication means reliable audio broadcasts. In this respect, the architecture of the on- board audio communication system must be carefully considered. To ensure high functional reliability, a fallback method is no luxury.
Our audio platform for railway applications – TRACS – is a complete audio solution consisting of modular and configurable base components or devices. The TRACS product line stands for high-quality audio and functional reliability. On top of that, its configurability, modularity and security ensure we can provide our customers with a state-of-the-art and flexible future- proof platform.
The TRACS functionalities enable many different on-board communication expressions. These vary from crew to passenger messages, playback of pre-recorded messages, to warning tones and music broadcasts via the public address system. The intercom functions ensure crystal-clear communication between crew members and between passengers and the train crew.
Some of the advantages of TRACS:
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