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Infraestruturas de Portugal (IP) awarded Thales the renewal of the existing signalling systems in 3 lines/sections of its network. The project will cover a total of 380 km of conventional lines.
Thales modernization of London’s Docklands Light Railway to improve journeys of 122 million passengers
Thales has signed two new contracts to support the Dockland’s Light Railway, as a result of a forecasted increased passenger demand on the network. The updates will improve the DLR’s exceptional operational performance, while maintaining the on time train reliability ra
Railway Forum, Berlin, October 1 - October 2, 2019
The Egyptian Minister of transport, Kamel El Wazir and the President of the Egyptian National Railways (ENR) Ashraf Raslan, visited the progress of the works on the line of Cairo Alexandria and took a tour of the stations that will be put into service soon with Thales t
The interlocking system at Linz central station is one of the largest interlocking systems in Austria; up to now it was realized in relay technology. However, it had already reached the limits of its technical capability and was no longer expandable. With ever-increasin
Just one example is Thales’ new fibre-optic axle counter, which not only detects trains as they pass, but analyses their weight and calculates the number of passengers per carriage. Read more about the new connected tech of rail infrastructure.
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.