Teleste delivers onboard train systems for Alstom

Monday, 18 March, 2019

Teleste delivers onboard train systems for Alstom

Teleste Corporation will supply Alstom with an onboard solution for its Coradia Stream trains in Italy.

The agreed deliveries will begin in 2019 and will continue the collaboration between Teleste and Alstom that was launched under a frame agreement in 2017.

Teleste’s deployment to Alstom will include the company’s passenger information systems (PIS), onboard video surveillance, intercommunication and public address systems as well as TFT and LED information displays. The entire onboard solution is especially designed for easier, safer and more entertaining travelling, and it supports seamless integration and management of the onboard systems as part of larger public transport ecosystems.

“We appreciate the opportunity to continue cooperation with Alstom in developing solutions for smart and safe public mobility. As the number of public transport users maintains a consistent level of growth worldwide, there is an increasing demand for more effective travelling with high availability of real-time passenger information and services; with decades of experience and innovative, state-of-the-art technologies, we are committed to working with our customers to drive this transformation forward,” said Pekka Vänni, Director of the On-board Solutions business unit at Teleste.

The Alstom trains are designed to offer passengers an excellent travel experience by increasing availability, accessibility and passenger information as well as facilitating maintenance. Teleste’s onboard solution adds to its focus on high-quality onboard technologies with easy adaptation to future public transport and passenger needs. The solution makes it possible for the operational control centre to remotely manage and share passenger information and other types of content, such as advertisements, on the smart onboard displays. Commands and messages can also be delivered over the IP network to the moving vehicles while the onboard video surveillance system helps improve the safety and security of passengers by enabling a live, real-time camera view into the trains.

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