Axle counting: The future

Technologies | Markets

Axle counting: The future

Elaine Baker | 07.02.2018 | 1475 words | 10 minutes reading time

Wheel detection and axle counting are currently the state-of-the-art technology when it comes to the reliable detection of trains. Elaine Baker, Managing Director Frauscher UK, summarises a few examples which show that this is unlikely to change for a long time – even in the light of new possibilities which the digitisation of the railway industry brings with it.

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How systems communicate

Technologies

How systems communicate

Stefan Lugschitz | 29.06.2017 | 1467 words | 10 minutes reading time

No function without communication: interfaces make sure that components of the railway infrastructure are networked effectively.

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“Strictly according to protocol”

Applications

“Strictly according to protocol”

Fabian Schwarz | 28.06.2017 | 1143 words | 8 minutes reading time

Railway applications are becoming more and more complex. Melanie Kleinpötzl, Frauscher Product Management, explains in an interview how high-performance software protocols guarantee the essential problem-free communication between systems.

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Crossing railroads safely

Markets

Crossing railroads safely

Lee Walker | 25.06.2017 | 849 words | 6 minutes reading time

When a new level crossing solution was being developed for John Holland, RCS used the Frauscher Advanced Counter FAdC and FSE protocol.

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