PT LEN and Teltronic form agreement
The two companies signed a memorandum of understanding that will see them establish a joint development for interface of LEN’s ETCS and CBTC signalling system and Teltronic’s TETRA and/or LTE telecommunication system.
By means of this collaboration, both parties intend to cooperate with each other not only in relation to the exploring of the feasibility of a potential joint technical development but also a potential commercial cooperation scheme in the transport sector.
Teltronic accumulates a wide experience in the integration with rail signalling systems, with a number of global references that have proven the efficiency of TETRA technology for this kind of services.
This is possible through the Teltronic end-to-end solution that comprises all the elements of the communications system, offering an integrated solution that includes equipment for backhaul system infrastructure, specialised EN50155/EN45545 onboard radios and user interfaces, and CeCo-TRANS, a specially designed control centre system for transport environments.
Apart from supporting the signalling data transfer, this end-to-end solution enables Teltronic to offer services such as interconnection with PA and intercom systems as well as applications to manage and control fleets, and for operating onboard communication networks to manage events and alarms, and even real-time CCTV in trains and stations.
“We have the expertise of developing rail signalling projects with TETRA, not only with tests and essays but with actual references that are currently in operation and that demonstrate that we are a valid partner regarding signalling applications,” said Felipe Sanjuán, Transport Business Development Director.
“This agreement boosts our strengths and reinforces us with a company whose reputation is a guarantee, and that improve our presence in a paramount market for us. In addition, this agreement allows us to explore new applications even in high-speed trains.”
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