TUSP is a tool for railway workers who need to orientate themselves in the field, request closures for objects they interact with and document any work done.
Reliable and Traceble Information
TUSP helps reduce communication errors when managing closures, leading to fewer dangerous situations.
Visualization and Execution of the Closure Process
By enabling the localization of the user as well as relevant objects by means of an interactive map, TUSP supports work and geographical orientation in the field.
Focus on Safety
TUSP makes the activities of railway workers safer by adding a visual communication channel to the closure process.
Electronic Documentation Made Easy
The electronic filling out and signing of documentation is facilitated, reducing the need for paper and other obstructions to be carried into the field as well as weatherproofing them.
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