SNCF Places New Order for IoT Communication Gateways from Stimio

Following on from the 5-year framework contract between Stimio and the French passenger operator, SNCF VOYAGEURS is ordering 140 additional MELI communication gateways. This new order is in line with the large-scale industrialization objectives of the AVISE* project.

Nearly 1,500 sensors have been deployed and installed for the prevention of incidents of unsecured Corail’s doors in a first phase of the project (Lot 1).

IoT Communication Gateway

Lot 2, on which this new order relates, intents to deploy 6,000 new MARTI sensors and some 500 MELI** communication gateways.

This new commitment testifies once again the confidence of our client in our company. We are extremely proud to see our IoT solutions and connected devices playing a leading role in our client’s digitalization, monitoring and supervision program.

Philippe de Laharpe, Telediagnostic Project Manager, SNCF VOYAGEURS, said:

“Complex connected objects are not that common. In the railway world, until the creation of “Marti & Meli”, there were no offers of certified railway components. Stimio brings us here real Swiss Army knives serving many use cases, well beyond just monitoring the doors.”

*The AVISE project (Immediate State Surveillance Car Alert) began in 2016 with a working group seeking solutions to prevent incidents resulting from unsecured doors on Corail train.

**The MARTI and MELI devices are the generic connected objects deployed for all on-board applications in rolling stock.

This article was originally published by Stimio.

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