This article first appeared in the Railway-News Magazine Issue 3 2023.
In modern railway operations, the exchange of data plays an essential role.
Modern axle counters make it possible to exchange both vital and non-vital data between different stations and higher-ranking systems. In this way, they constitute an optimal solution that ensures both flexibility and efficiency of rail operations.
Axle counters are vital components in modern railway systems, responsible for accurate train detection and the provision of essential data for various railway operations. Modern axle counter solutions provide highly available and flexible data transmission capabilities at the same time. This enables the efficient exchange of digital input-output data for a wide range of railway applications.
By enabling the exchange of both vital and nonvital information, axle counting solutions with data transmission capabilities are suitable for SIL 1 to 4 in railway operations. Vital information comprises the status of signals, point positions, level crossing barrier positions, occupancy information, and relay status. Non-vital information includes status of power supply, temperature alarms and door alarms.
Due to their advanced technology and robust design, axle counters can serve as a highly reliable solution for data transmission requirements. This ensures a constant exchange of data and reduces the risk of interruptions or downtime in railway operations. In addition, axle counters designed with modular components enable customisation according to individual needs for different railway applications. Built with flexibility and durability in mind, axle counters integrate seamlessly into existing infrastructure
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