News Tagged With: communications-based-train-control
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August 6, 2014

Alstom launches live 4G pilot for communication based train control

The pilot will be using Huawei’s LTE technology following the Memorandum of Understanding signed between the two companies in April 2014.


July 23, 2014

Alstom provides Spanish signaling solution

Solution is based on Alstom’s Urbalis 400 communication based train control, a train control system using radio communication that allows real-time information about the location of the trains and improves substantially line operability and safety.


May 7, 2014

Slow adoption of modern tech hampers NYC subway, study says

Reliance on antiquated signaling system adds to delays, inefficiency and safety risks, according to a regional research and advocacy group.


March 13, 2012

Siemens, Thales to equip New York rail for $60M

Will provide a permanent communications-based train control test track facility for Metropolitan Transportation Authority New York City Transit.


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