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.
DSRailTech is a company of highly skilled and experienced professionals specialising in diagnostics & safety systems to the rail sector.
ASC German Sensor Engineering is one of the leading manufacturers of train acceleration sensors and rotation rate sensors.
Arentis Limited is a dedicated Rail Company within the CHG Group providing expertise in security system design, innovations and sustainability.
Ricardo Rail is a global rail consultancy providing technical expertise, assurance and specialist engineering services.
Wavetrain systems aims to secure unprotected level crossings in a safe and easy way without service interruption and with minimal maintenance.
Sensonic uses fiber optic vibration sensing to monitor track condition, detect landslides, rockfall, trespass, cable events and more.
LPS' high-speed laser cleaning technology helps rail networks tackle slip-slide conditions, providing improved driving situations.
Tronics Microsystems provides high-performance MEMS inertial sensors, accelerometers and gyroscopes tailored to the railway market.
DuosTech provides intelligent solutions for remote automated railcar inspection, undercarriage examination, pantograph inspection and more.
Transmission Dynamics specialises in remote condition monitoring solutions for rail assets and infrastructure.
Dual Inventive develops and produces innovative technology products specialising in IoT, improving railway efficiency.
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation is a recognised world leader in the manufacture, marketing and sales of electrical and electronic equipment.
FleetCare offer customers maintenance and modernisation services for railway fleet and infrastructure in the Nordic and Baltic countries.
ZF offers a broad portfolio of driveline and chassis technology as well as condition monitoring solutions for the future on rails.
Rail Vision is a leading provider of cutting-edge cognitive vision sensor technology and safety systems for the railway industry.
SENSIT s.r.o. develops, produces and supplies special temperature sensors, relative humidity sensors, CO2 sensors and more.
Antonics GmbH is a leading German developer and producer of innovative antenna system technology for trains.
Sensonic takes a deep dive into the unlikely relationship between wind turbines and the rail sector, driving sustainability for the future.
Sensonic's Distributed Acoustic Sensing (DAS) monitor is a game-changer in the field of landslide detection.
Rail safety specialist, Zonegreen, has returned to Derby Rail Depot to expand the protection offered to those working there.
Senceive discusses the benefits of wireless condition monitoring in ensuring the safety and reliability of track infrastructure.
NEXCOM is excited to announce a strategic partnership with Kodifly to elevate smart city infrastructure solutions.
ANTONICS has been supporting Vienna's trams and underground trains on their way towards the digital age.
Sensonic explains the diverse types of track trespass and how to use that information to develop targeted prevention strategies.
As we journey towards the future, NEXCOM is dedicated to bringing intelligence to transportation and AIoT autonomous machine applications.
Railway-News magazine Issue 4, 2023: Sensonic - Keeping an Intelligent Ear on Rail Infrastructure.
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