One for all

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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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Tracking trains in Houston

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Tracking trains in Houston

Andrew McCarthy | 24.06.2017 | 924 words | 7 minutes reading time

The 51st Super Bowl, which welcomes 700 000 visitors, was the incentive to upgrade the Houston METRO. A new axle counter has further improved the efficiency, reliability and safety of the network.

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