Frauscher Sensor Technology

Address: Frauscher Sensor Technology
Gewerbestraße 1
4774 St. Marienkirchen
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Track More with Less

Track more with less: Frauscher wheel sensors and axle counters make it easier for system integrators and railway operators to obtain the information they need. The company’s intelligent and highly reliable products generate precise data for a wide range of railway applications on main lines, in urban and mass transit, or in industrial transport systems. Various interfaces, supportive software tools and other useful accessories make integration, commissioning, operation and maintenance even simpler. This package provides Frauscher-customers with top functionality and quality and supports them in harnessing the full potential of digitalisation.

Train Wheel Detection

  • Wheel Sensors
  • Wheel Detection Systems

Axle Counting

  • FAdC®
  • FAdCi®
  • ACS2000
  • SENSiS


  • FDS
  • ASD

A worldwide network of locations and partners ensures a strong supply chain and optimum customer support around the globe. Frauscher experts are present in international markets to provide full customer support through entire project life cycles. This includes comprehensive pre and after sales service, and individual trainings, which enable their customers to individually design, configure, install, adapt and maintain all components and systems.

Main Lines

  • High Speed Lines
  • Main Lines
  • Regional Lines
  • Short Lines
  • Freight Lines

Urban & Mass Transit

  • Metros
  • Trams
  • Suburban

Industrial & Mining

  • Mining
  • Plants

Wheel Detection

Many years of worldwide experience have enabled Frauscher to develop wheel sensors that are characterised by maximum availability. Even when subjected to extreme temperatures, vibrations and electromagnetic interference, Frauscher wheel sensors generate reliable data for both vital and non-vital applications. The patented rail claws and the plug-in connection available on some models also facilitate significantly faster mounting of Frauscher wheel sensors. Additionally, low maintenance requirements minimize life cycle costs. For realising vital applications, Frauscher provides its customers with proven wheel detection systems. The Wheel Sensor RSR110 can be integrated quickly and simply into individual applications via its analogue interface or the Wheel Signal Converter WSC, as well as customer specific solutions for digitising the signal.

Axle Counting

With a portfolio of four axle counters, Frauscher offers its customers around the globe optimal solutions for their functional, operational and infrastructural requirements. Frauscher axle counters provide a wide range of information that goes beyond just train detection. This information can be provided via state-of-the-art software interfaces using the latest Ethernet communication technologies. Connection to high-performance electronic interlockings is possible both via customer-specific protocols and via the freely available Frauscher Safe Ethernet FSE. At the same time, Frauscher axle counters can be integrated into interlockings and signalling systems via common hardware interfaces such as relays. All Frauscher axle counting solutions are modular and scalable. Both system integrators and operators can configure, commission, maintain and adapt them quickly and easily.

Innovative tools offer additional support during installation and operation. For example, Frauscher offers individually adaptable, future-proof diagnostic solutions that exploit the potential of increasing digitalisation in the railway industry. Databases and diagnostic systems, which can run both on-premises and in a cloud, enable intelligent monitoring of entire railway networks. They thus support the efficient planning and implementation of preventive maintenance measures.

High Quality Wheel Detection and Axle Counting Solutions

The Frauscher company is certified according to IRIS (ISO/TS 22163) Rev. 3, ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and ISO 45001. The axle counters of the technology leader comply with CENELEC SIL 4 safety standards and offer the highest level of availability and reliability. Global signalling companies such as Alstom, Bombardier, CRSC, Hitachi and Siemens rely on the precision, versatility and advanced technology of the company’s products.

Some of the world’s largest and best-known railway operators use Frauscher wheel sensors and axle counters – including some of the most modern metro and transit networks. With more than 450 employees, locations, offices and sales partners on all continents in more than 30 nations, Frauscher is able to offer both technical and economical solutions according to local requirements. On this basis, more than 200,000 wheel sensors have been installed in more than 100 countries worldwide.

Frauscher Fact Box

  • Technology leader in wheel detection and axle counting
  • 450+ Employees worldwide (260 AT | 190 in global locations)
  • Installed base of more than 200,000 wheel sensors in more than 100 countries
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