Alstom has delivered the 100th, and final Flexity light rail vehicle (LRV) to its customer, the Department of Transport in Victoria. As Australia’s only end-to-end manufacturer of LRVs, Alstom designed the vehicles to meet the specific characteristics of the Melbourne tram network, including increased accessibility.
A new major passenger transport project is being implemented in Moscow: the Moscow Central Diameters (MCD). It is one of the main projects of the new Moscow transport framework. The Rizhskaya hub will become one of the largest hubs in Moscow, it will consist of three above-ground metro lines, two underground metro lines, suburban railway transport and in the future first Russian high-speed railway (HSR).
Thales, Invision AI and Metrolinx announce the successful completion of the 18-month WinterTech Development Program, developing advanced autonomous technologies for rail systems with support from the Ontario Government through Ontario’s Autonomous Vehicle Innovation Network (AVIN), WinterTech Development Program. The project marks an important milestone towards train autonomy globally, achieved here in Ontario, through a partnership between industry and government.
MicroSys miriac embedded modules and platforms combined with Hailo-8 AI acceleration modules offer a high-performance, scalable embedded platform for AI processing at the edge, with applications in fields such as Industry 4.0, automotive and heavy machinery.
The replacement A40 Neuenkamp Duisburg Bridge, currently under construction in Germany, will support the future prosperity of the industrial Ruhr region by widening this crucial highway over the Rhine. The landmark project is being supported in part by Stromag, which supplied retractable rail clamps to fit the KM Kümsan overhead cranes lifting the large prefabricated bridge sections into position.
Leading engineering, procurement, and construction services company CTCI Corporation announced today that it has won NT$25.515 billion contract with consortium partner Alstom, global leader in sustainable mobility, to provide system-wide electrical and mechanical (E&M) works for Taipei Metro’s circular line north and south sections.
The Alstom-led consortium with Taiwanese engineering and contracting services company CTCI has been awarded a contract by the Systemwide E&M Project Office Department of Rapid Transit Systems of Taipei City Government (SEMPO) to provide its state-of-the-art integrated metro system for Taipei Circular Line Phase Two. Valued close to €720 million, this order for the city’s fully automated (Grade of Automation 4) metro line marks the recent consortium’s second turnkey metro project in Taiwan after the Wanda-Zhonghe-Shulin Line