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Embedded railway solutions on show at TRAKO and Nordic Rail

18th September 2017
Alice Matthews

Provider of building blocks and intelligent platforms for edge computing, ADLINK Technology, will be demonstrating its rugged CompactPCI, industrial-grade control system and panel computer product portfolio, specifically designed for on-board ATO/DMI and wayside communication-based train control applications, in three European railway exhibitions: TRAKO in Poland, Expo Ferroviaria in Italy, and Nordic Rail in Sweden.

ADLINK’s flexibility in design and manufacturing has been utilised by top rail signaling providers worldwide in on-board applications such as Vehicle On-board Controller (VOBC), as well as wayside applications including Centralised Traffic Control (CTC), Radio Block Centre (RBC), and Temporary Speed Restrictors (TSR). In these upcoming exhibitions, ADLINK partners Rail-Mil Computers, Goma Elettronica SpA, and Data Respons AB will be featuring ADLINK solutions in information, analysis, and safety application demonstrations, including:

  • Operationally ready, rugged storage platform suitable for on-board video surveillance, data recording, and multimedia content storage
  • Wayside non-safety-critical platform with modular design for flexible system configuration and easy maintenance
  • CompactPCI-enabled ATO and Automatic Train Control (ATC) systems with increased ruggedness, higher density, and improved performance
  • Expandable, fanless embedded computers for data collecttion systems

ADLINK invites design engineers planning railway signal and communication system projects to visit them at the following events and find out how ADLINK’s industry knowledge can help drive innovation in your embedded railway solutions.

TRAKO 2017, Poland
26th to 29th September
Rail-Mil Computers: stand F27

Expo Ferroviaria 2017, Italy
3rd to 5th October
Goma Elettronica SpA: stand 112

Nordic Rail 2017, Sweden
10th to 12th October
Data Respons AB: stand B02:89.

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