Train Tracking Using Frauscher Axle Counters
Grade Crossing Control Systems: Increased availability with Frauscher Axle Counters for Crossing using Track Circuits.
On 16 November 2018, Frauscher was invited to give a speech at the “Railway Engineering Technology Forum”, which was organised by the Department of Civil Engineering, National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) in Taiwan.
The target of this forum is building a platform to discuss academic researches with Taiwan railway administrations as well as operators. Local and international companies from the railway industry are invited to share their experiences and innovations.
The theme of this year’s event was “Era of Intelligent and Robust Railway”.
Tim Lin, Customer Service Engineer at Frauscher’s recently opened representative office in Taiwan, took this opportunity. He gave a presentation on “Modern Axle Counters for Railway Signaling Systems”. The audience, which included representatives from government administrations, such as MOTC and TRA, railway operators, for example KRTC and THSRC, consultants and academics, was highly interested in his remarks.
NCKU will continue holding the forum annually to establish it as one of the major information platforms for the railway industry in Taiwan.
Frauscher Sensor Technology makes it simpler for system integrators and railway operators to obtain the information they need to run, monitor and protect their operational network. Best-in-class train wheel detection systems, axle counters and tracking solutions based on inductive sensor technology and Distributed Acoustic Sensing (DAS) form an essential component of a wide range of applications.
Frauscher experts are on-site in global markets to ensure comprehensive support during the whole customer life cycle. Additionally customers are able to design, configure, install, adapt and maintain all components and systems by themselves due to individual trainings and support.
Use the form opposite to get in touch with Frauscher Sensor Technology directly to discuss any requirements you might have.