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Despite unexpected restrictions from the Covid-19 pandemic, ways were found to connect the border-crossing team from Austria, Belgium and Romania. This enabled the product OTE3 to be successfully completed and Thales’ ETCS portfolio to be expanded by another future-proo
More than 25 years ago, Spain started the development of its high speed railway network, being nowadays the longest in Europe and the second worldwide.
The State Railway of Thailand (SRT) is pushing ahead with the modernisation of the country’s rail network, with an investment plan to turn railroads within 500 kilometres of Bangkok into an electric system. The first phase of this modernisation started with upgrades to
The project focuses on ensuring that more trains can travel through the network safely and at higher speeds thanks to the implementation of cutting edge technology.
GySEV has awarded Thales a contract to modernise the train control system on the Sopron-Szombately-Szentgotthárd line (116 km).
For equipping the freight train bypass with modern signalling technology, ÖBB relies on Thales.
10 years of the Madrid Barcelona high-speed line.
The owner of Slovenian railway infrastructure - DRSI (Slovenian Infrastructure Agency) awarded a contract to the consortium comprising Thales and GH Holding.
Stretching for 57km beneath the Alps and completed a year ahead of schedule, Switzerland’s new Gotthard base tunnel is the longest and deepest railway tunnel ever built. Thales’ cutting-edge signalling holds the key to getting the most out of this vital strategic asset.
Could avionics and satellite technology hold the key to the future of main line signalling? Aerospace technology is not usually something associated with railways. But that could be about to change.