One for all

Applications

One for all

Hannes Kalteis | 22.02.2018 | 1393 words | 10 minutes reading time

Inductive wheel sensors are reliable, robust and flexible. These characteristics make them the ideal basis for existing and new applications in the railway industry. Hannes Kalteis, Frauscher Product Management, presents a few examples.

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Railway: Digital within analogue

Technologies

Railway: Digital within analogue

Stefan Marschnig | 30.06.2017 | 1646 words | 11 minutes reading time

Digitalisation is the dominant topic in the railway industry too. All available data must be used intelligently for this purpose. This is emphasised by Stefan Marschnig, Associate Professor at TU Graz.

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