The suppliers listed under Railway Sensors manufacture sensors for the rail sector, both for infrastructure and rolling stock applications, such as condition-monitoring sensors, acceleration sensors, temperature, CO2 or VOC sensors, or rotation-rate sensors. Suppliers might also provide customised solution, depending on customer need and provide sensor maintenance services.
Arentis Limited is a dedicated Rail Company within the CHG Group providing expertise in security system design, innovations and sustainability.
LPS' high-speed laser cleaning technology helps rail networks tackle slip-slide conditions, providing improved driving situations.
The Antonics GmbH is a leading German developer and producer of innovative antenna system technology for trains.
Ricardo Rail are a global rail consultancy providing technical expertise, assurance and specialist engineering services.
Digital Solutions for Public Transport: ETC is the leading SaaS supplier for mobility providers in the rail and bus sectors.
Tronics Microsystems provides high-performance MEMS inertial sensors, accelerometers and gyroscopes tailored to the railway market.
Special temperature sensors, relative humidity sensors, CO2 sensors, atmospheric pressure sensors and VOC sensors for railway vehicles.
Innovative EMC shielding technologies for Railways, from design to manufacturing. Shielding from 0 Hz to 3 GHz, for low and high frequency emissions.
ASC German Sensor Engineering is one of the leading manufacturers of train acceleration sensors and rotation rate sensors.
Electronic Rear-View Mirror Systems, Blind Spot Assistants, Front Collision Assistants and Switch Detection Applications.
Rail Vision is a leading provider of cutting-edge cognitive vision sensor technology and safety systems for the railway industry.
Laser Scanning Systems. VMX-RAIL: Mobile Mapping System for Track Mapping and Clearance Surveying. RiCOPTER UAS LiDAR Solution for Surveying.
Railway digitalisation, remote monitoring, condition-based maintenance, predictive maintenance, wireless IoT solution, and more.
Worldsensing's wireless monitoring solution for rail enables real-time data acquisition of geotechnical and structural sensors.
Network Rail Approved – Tier 1 Cable Monitoring System. Insulation Monitoring and Fault Location Systems for use on Railway Signalling Power Systems.
ZF offers a broad portfolio of driveline and chassis technology as well as condition monitoring solutions for the future on rails.
FleetCare offer customers maintenance and modernisation services for railway fleet and infrastructure in the Nordic and Baltic countries.
Wavetrain systems aims to secure unprotected level crossings in a safe and easy way without service interruption and with minimal maintenance.
Yeltech's Position Sensor provides accurate, power efficient & robust measurements without interference in harsh environments.
Duos Technology's Railcar Inspection Portal (RIP) technology performed over seven million comprehensive railcar scans in 2022.
The smart sensor systems ASC AiSys® enable real-time monitoring of the assets and early detection of damages.
Ricardo has partenered with railway AI technology specialists Cordel Group PLC to bring its products to the global rail market.
Yeltech's Rail Temperature Monitoring Unit is an automatic temperature warning system, allowing you to monitor track temperature remotely.
The UK Department for Transport (DfT) is funding a series of projects to advance the future of Britain's rail network.
Masats hosted the Quo Vadis CBM workshop on 20 October and presented the work it's doing in terms of bus door and ramp predictive maintenance.
Railway-news magazine Issue 4 Data & Monitoring edition, November 2022: ZÖLLNER - Infrastructure Solutions Both Preventive and Reactive.
Railway-news magazine Issue 4 Data & Monitoring edition, November 2022: Ricardo Rail - PanMon: Pantograph Condition Monitoring.
The PS210 Position Sensor provides accurate and robust measurements without interference from noise, dust, colour or light.
With an innovative product portfolio, ASC is your partner when it comes to high-precision inertial sensors – whether analog, digital or smart.
Railway-News magazine Issue 3, September 2022: Rail Vision – Pilot Schemes Showcase the Capabilities of Rail Vision’s Advanced Safety Systems.
Railway-News magazine Issue 3 2022: End-to-End Solutions Based on Intel® Technologies Help Simplify Operators’ Journeys to Smarter Railways.
Railway-News magazine Issue 3, September 2022: High-Accuracy ASC Inertial Sensors Ensure Safe and Comfortable Train Operation.