Railcare has received an order for 6 million SEK from Loram for machine parts, namely power packs for a Railvac in Brazil for delivery in November 2021. Loram is a North American railway company with which Railcare has had a business relationship since 2000.
Further cementing its role as the global leader in mobile Internet connectivity for public transport, ENGIE Solutions subsidiary Icomera has launched a trinity of next-generation products, which deliver a ground-breaking 5G-enabled platform.
Alstom has signed a five-year extension to its contract with Dubai Airports to provide comprehensive operations and maintenance (O&M) services for the InnoviaTM APM 300 automated people mover (APM) system at Dubai International (DXB).
Stadler has successfully completed the research project launched in 2018 to develop and test battery technologies in the railway vehicle sector after a three-year research phase. The project was funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy and developed jointly with TU Berlin and EWE AG. The vehicle, designed as a test carrier, far exceeded initial expectations during the three-year trial phase with a proven range in battery-only mode of 185 kilometres.
Alstom’s big data platform for the wayside provides flexible solutions for the data acquisition and edge processing required to cost effectively adapt customers’ distributed assets into connected technology.
Alstom is continuing to implement its Alstom in Motion strategic plan with the acquisition of Flertex, a group specialised in the design and manufacture of brake linings (pads and shoes) for braking systems, particularly for the rail industry but also for other industrial applications.