Remote Control signalling allows for the control of a system without directly interacting with it. This page contains all the latest information, news, videos, images and articles on all aspects of Remote Control signalling. You will also find a list of Remote Control signalling suppliers from around the world.
Viper Innovations applies technology developed for offshore environments to integrity management of railway signalling power distribution.
Wavetrain systems aims to secure unprotected level crossings in a safe and easy way without service interruption and with minimal maintenance.
Antonics GmbH is a leading German developer and producer of innovative antenna system technology for trains.
Rolling Stock Manufacturer Škoda Group provides on-board systems for train operation and services for the modernisation of transport.
Zonegreen is the market leader in the field of rail depot personnel safety, dedicated to providing cutting-edge rail depot safety systems.
Cisco’s secure networking, collaboration, wireless, and data center technologies offer forward-thinking solutions for every mode of transportation.
Goldschmidt masters the challenges of modern, railbound mobility – for safe, sustainable and long-lasting railways of premium quality.
Rail Vision is a leading provider of cutting-edge cognitive vision sensor technology and safety systems for the railway industry.
Ricardo Rail is a global rail consultancy providing technical expertise, assurance and specialist engineering services.
French multinational Alstom provides rolling stock, services and maintanence for the rail sector. Its CEO and Chairman is Henri Poupart-Lafarge.
Technology created by Zonegreen is protecting workers at a historic Portsmouth depot from the potential risks posed by manual points.
Railway-News magazine Issue 3, September 2022: Rail Vision – Pilot Schemes Showcase the Capabilities of Rail Vision’s Advanced Safety Systems.
COBRA (Control of Balises with Remote Assistance) serves the purpose of being able to influence a rail vehicle with the help of the additional components.
Railway-News Magazine Issue 1, March 2022: Rail Vision – AI’s Role in Improving Rail Safety and Maintenance.
TUSP allows railway workers to orientate themselves in the field, request closures for objects they interact with and document work done.
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.