Innovation in Integration. Leading the way in integrated passenger information systems.

With rising costs and increasing demand on services, our ability to innovate and respond to the changing needs of passengers is paramount. Rising to meet these challenges takes considerable ingenuity and the embracing of new technologies, particularly when it comes to your passengers’ experience on-board your trains.

Since 2009 TrainFX has been providing PRM TSI compliant passenger information systems to the rail sector and built a mature standing in delivering new technology, year on year, to its customers in an ever changing world of technology.

A new generation of screens bring unique opportunities to enhance the passenger experience.

After a year in development, TrainFX brought the latest version of their complete, turn-key, passenger information solution to market. With the new “PIS Plus” system, a made-to-measure passenger information system, which goes far beyond simple PRM TSI compliance, delivering engaging and up to the minute content such as dynamic messaging, photo, video and context-sensitive animation, all through our new large, bright, colourful full HD saloon displays.

One of the most impressive features is how adaptive the system is. Operating either over ethernet or existing power lines, the TrainFX system will fit existing space envelopes, making it a great option for retro-fit trains.

Engineering Director, David Bradley, explained:

“From the very beginning we knew that the key to a complete passenger information system is flexibility”

“We’re proud to offer a truly bespoke design service, working with ROSCOs and operators to meet their specific needs, rather than taking a one-size-fits-all approach”

Because these new PRM TSI compliant screens are an integrated part of the whole system, they can display information with a huge amount of context. Route information, location, direction of travel and time of day all play a part in a content system which can be managed remotely and offers at your disposal, content development which is on-brand, through their own in-house design team. Bespoke, branding compliant content, intelligently scheduled and administered via the secure back office system is a significant innovation in our industry, and it’s surely a winning formula for keeping your passengers updated, engaged and entertained on the move!

Bringing it all together.

As on train technologies continue to diversify, there is growing demand for a fully integrated system. A system which offers a complete solution for on-train passenger information, crew and passenger communications, which is delivered as a complete package, whilst also configured specifically for each train-set. Having a modular design means extending your system is made easy. You can choose to add valuable key components such as passenger counting devices and CCTV, as well as new, exciting technologies and systems as they become available.

What this all comes down to is simple. TrainFX have realised, by speaking with their customers, that dealing with multiple suppliers and integrating separate systems can result in a great number of technical and logistical challenges. To resolve this, TrainFX streamline the process by offering a fully integrated and custom-built solution. What that equates to is more time, money and energy channelled into fine tuning the passenger experience and delivering that world-class customer service to attract and retain passengers and grow your brand.

Find out more about the unique passenger information solutions offered by TrainFX, call today on 01332 366175.

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