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Resonate Group Ltd has joined forces with Network Rail and Chiltern Railways to develop and install a timetable editing solution designed to improve train performance and reduce signaller workload.
The project represents the first phase in automating the arrival and departure of trains in and out of Marylebone station and is a key step for the Digital Railway initiative.
The Resonate TTP Editor is capable of running on both smart devices and PC’s and provides a visualisation of train arrivals and departures. This allows users to quickly and efficiently re-direct traffic to different platforms, minimizing the possibility of “ripple effects” and operational errors. As a result, the likelihood of delays is significantly reduced.
TTP Editor will be operational during autumn 2017 and runs seamlessly on top of the Resonate “scalable” platform which controls signalling from Marylebone station to North Oxfordshire.
This tripartite project will deliver data analysis enhancements to further improve existing high levels of punctuality.
Resonate Sales and Marketing Director, Adam Perry said:
“We are delighted to be working closely with Network Rail and Chiltern Railways to drive forward efficiency and customer service levels on the network and look forward to delivering some really positive results later this year.”
Interested parties can learn more about our products and solutions by visiting the Resonate website at www.resonate.tech.
Resonate is a large scale SME with offices in London, Derby and France. The company employs approximately 200 people and has been trading as a private entity since 1996 having departed the public sector.
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