Without inertial sensors, modern rail transport would be inconceivable. They detect the position of trains, monitor the state of the tracks and ensure optimum travel comfort. ASC’s new smart sensor technology can even monitor infrastructure in real time and detect damage early on, so that network operators can plan their maintenance activities even more efficiently in the future.
Inertial sensors perform numerous important tasks in the development and operation of trains. One of them is high-precision measurement of oscillations and vibrations on rolling stock, tracks and bridges. The data obtained from these measurements form the basis for safe, comfortable rail transport. Engineers can draw valuable information from them for train design and infrastructure maintenance. Sensors also ensure that the train dispatchers at the Deutsche Bahn railway control centres always know the exact location of any given train. Satellite navigation alone is not enough, because the signals are susceptible to interference.
ASC is specialised in measurement technology and manufactures a wide range of highly sensitive accelerometers and gyroscopes, as well as inertial measurement units (IMU) for rail transport testing and monitoring. The sensors collect data in a wide variety of applications – not only in rolling stock, but also on tracks.
Railway-News magazine Issue 3, 2023: Continuous Infrastructure Monitoring at 300km/h.
With an innovative product portfolio, ASC is your partner when it comes to high-precision inertial sensors – whether analog, digital or smart.
Smart sensor solutions for digital railways. ASC Inertial sensors: analog – digital – smart, made in Germany.
With innovative, reliable and accurate accelerometers, tilt sensors, gyros and IMUs, ASC is your competent partner for sensor solutions.
The condition of the rail network has to be inspected on a regular basis. For several years, DB have also been using regular trains for monitoring infrastructur...
Both ASC ECO-Rail sensor models are available to network operators who wish to strengthen their system’s capacity, safety and productivity.
ASC Sensors' partners, CETEST, offer a range of important testing, engineering and monitoring services to transport and other industries.
The triaxial ASC DiSens® ECO-Rail digital accelerometer recently passed rigorous tests according to EN 50155 (IEC 60571).
In the demanding world of rail technology, the ASC RAIL series is your reliable sensor solution even in the toughest conditions.
At the 8th Railway Forum, ASC held a presentation about accelerating and increasing the capacity of rail traffic using inertial sensors.
ASC Sensors invites you to attend its presentation and visit the ASC team at the 8th Railway Forum, from 6-7 September in ECC Berlin.
Visit ASC Sensors at Europe’s leading management conference for the rail industry, Railway Forum 2023, September 6-7 in Berlin.
Enabled by ASC sensors, Turkish State Railways will be implementing continuous infrastructure monitoring on its high-speed in-service trains.
ASC Sensors partners with rail infrastructure managers to keep trains, passengers and freight on track and on time.
In certification tests of a new British long-distance train model, measuring technology specialist, imc, utilised ASC sensors.
From 15–17 March 2023, one of the largest business-to-business rail transit expos across the Asia-Pacific region took place in Nanjing.
Alstom relies on ASC Sensors to determine accurate running dynamics and bogie frame strength under real-life conditions.
Dutch rail infrastructure provider ProRail is currently testing new types of railway sleepers made from recycled plastic.
The smart sensor systems ASC AiSys® enable real-time monitoring of the assets and early detection of damages.
In a bid to make rail networks more efficient and more powerful worldwide, ASC has joined the new Digital Railway Solutions Alliance (DRS).
Leading manufacturer of train sensors and IMUs, ASC GmbH, has opened a sales office in China, further expanding its presence in the region.
The new ASC AiSys® VibroTherm measures not only vibrations, but also the oil temperature of bearings and gears.
Digital twins offer the realistic simulation of operational processes offering the potential of even more efficient and customer-friendly railway travel.
The time-proven inertial measurement unit IMU 8 from ASC Sensors now features expanded measuring ranges and even better performance.
Intelligent sensor systems enable realistic simulations. Optimal timetables can be calculated on the basis of digital twins, for example.
ASC manufactures a wide range of accelerometers, gyroscopes and Inertial Measurement Units (IMU) for rail transport testing and monitoring.
Case Study: Alstom carries out testing using sensors from ASC to ensure both safety and comfort in rail transport.
ASC German Sensor Engineering design the measurement technology of tomorrow with intelligent sensors for rail traffic.
Whether for track monitoring, navigation or mobile mapping, the new IMU 8 from ASC has versatile deployment possibilities.
Alstom is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of rail vehicles. Among other things, the company test the running dynamics and bogie strength of new trains ...
ASC GmbH continues to expand its know-how: Since August 1, Dr.-Ing. Robert Diemer has not only been in charge of research and development as Technical Director,...
ASC, the leading manufacturer of accelerometers, angular rate sensors and IMUs (inertial measurement units), has now unveiled its first tilt sensor and...
Advanced Sensors & Calibration (ASC) GmbH, the leading manufacturer of accelerometers, angular rate sensors and IMUs, brought 2016 to a close with record...
ASC, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of sensors and accelerometers has announced upgrades to their OS Accelerometers (series MEMS Capacitive).
ASC win 2016 European Frost & Sullivan Company of the Year Award for acceleration and rotation rate sensors in the rail industry
ASC 10th anniversary is marked with product launch of a new piezoelectric accelerometers and new gyros and IMUs, as well as a new website.
02 March 2016 Pfaffenhofen, Germany - Advanced Sensors Calibration (ASC) GmbH, has announced the introduction of a new family of low-cost, rugged piezoelectric ...
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