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.
ASC German Sensor Engineering is one of the leading manufacturers of train acceleration sensors and rotation rate sensors.
Digital Solutions for Public Transport: ETC is the leading SaaS supplier for mobility providers in the rail and bus sectors.
Electronic Rear-View Mirror Systems, Blind Spot Assistants, Front Collision Assistants and Switch Detection Applications.
Consultancy, Technology and System Integration: Maintenance crew safety applications, digital twin, smart solutions for railway, and more.
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.
Special temperature sensors, relative humidity sensors, CO2 sensors, atmospheric pressure sensors and VOC sensors for railway vehicles.
Railway digitalisation, remote monitoring, condition-based maintenance, predictive maintenance, wireless IoT solution, and more.
FleetCare offer customers maintenance and modernisation services for railway fleet and infrastructure in the Nordic and Baltic countries.
STIMIO raises €1.7 million for the digitalisation of rail maintenance, one of their aims is to accelerate international development.
STIMIO’s IoT solutions, including remote, real-time monitoring, are being used to monitor Fret SNCF’s freight locomotive starter reservoirs.
SENSIT offer several versions of the temperature sensor with plastic connection heads, the plastic head design is unique to SENSIT.
SENSIT explain the different types of cable temperature sensors that they offer as well as a customised solution that can be offered.
Network Rail has chosen Thales Ground Transportation to develop and trial fibre-optic acoustic sensing technology.
STIMIO will present as an exhibitor at the 7th Railway Forum on September 7 & 8 2021. Visit them at stand K10.
Following on from their 5-year framework contract with Stimio, SNCF has placed an order for 140 additional MELI IoT communication gateways.
Loadsensing by Worldsensing is the IoT wireless monitoring solution that enables real-time data acquisition of geotechnical and structural sensors.
Rail Vision designs, develops and manufactures state-of-the-art systems to improve railway safety and maintenance using sensors, AI & deep learning.
Rail Vision’s Main Line System is specially designed to detect and classify obstacles on and along rail tracks up to 2000 meters.
Rail Vision’s unique Shunting Yard System enables railway operators to streamline and enhance the safety of their shunting operations.
Rail Vision’s LRV System is specifically designed to identify potentially dangerous situations in urban traffic, on the track or on station platforms.
The RiCOPTER is a high-performance unmanned multi-rotor aircraft equipped with RIEGL’s VUX-SYS sensor system for professional UAS surveying missions.
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...