April 25, 2012
Tempo, the portfolio of rail signaling solutions, including the European Train Control System and computer-based interlocking system, are designed around a common failsafe, scalable, hardware and software platform, and an integrated suite of engineering tools.
June 30, 2011
Product lines include AC and DC traction motors and related components; and electronic control systems, including contactors and relays. These capabilities will become part of Wabtec Global Services, which operates a network of eight service centers in North America.
February 26, 2010
System will monitor and manage the location of TriMet's fleet of vehicles and personnel while improving communications between dispatchers, passengers, and operators as well as emergency and public safety responders.
May 13, 2009
The new $100 million production facility, scheduled to be fully operational by mid-2011, will be located in upstate New York in the Capital Region and will create 350 new manufacturing jobs.
March 19, 2009
The new system will allow Trenitalia, which serves more than one million passengers per day, to increase the safety of train operations, while enabling higher traffic density through greater speed.
February 5, 2009
Company’s RailEdge platform will be applied to a 33.5-mile metro line that includes 34 stations, one operational control center, one yard, and one depot.
January 28, 2009
The new advanced communications and information system (ACIS) is designed to improve communications for the Golden Gate Bridge, Golden Gate Ferry and Golden Gate Transit, supporting improvements for security, safety and operational reliability.
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