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September 23, 2014

Alstom launches maintenance tool, ERTMS systems at Innotrans

HealthHub, a predictive maintenance tool monitors the health of trains, infrastructure and signaling assets, while the Atlas 400 and 500 scalable ERTMS systems are applicable for resignalling upgrades or a new-build project.


August 20, 2014

Alstom launches photo contest

A selection of the best images will be on display Sept. 23 on Alstom's booth at InnoTrans, the biggest global trade show dedicated to the rail sector, which is held every two years in Berlin.


September 18, 2012

Alstom presents rail vision at Innotrans 2012

Throughout the week, Alstom will be presenting its latest urban, sub-urban, regional, main line and freight trains, including solutions and services, through an impressive model which will be displayed at Alstom Booth #101, Hall 3.2.


September 4, 2012

InnoTrans discounted to N. American attendees

The biannual event, taking place in Berlin, is the world's largest industry showcase for transport technology.


September 22, 2010

Bombardier announced 'YouRail' winners at InnoTrans

The YouRail jury consisted of the members of the senior management team of Bombardier Transportation and external industry experts. The value of the prizes awarded totaled approximately $13,000.


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