Installing high-capacity digital signalling on metros is one of the best ways to boost passenger satisfaction. How can deployment be made easier?
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Autonomous trains have attracted a lot of attention over the past couple of years. It’s easy to see why. Autonomy promises driverless operation, higher capacity, lower costs, greatly increased reliability – and happier passengers. ...
SelTrac™ CBTC (Communications-Based Train Control) is our world-leading signalling solution for high-capacity urban networks. Discover all the benefits of our new SelTrac™ G8.
In our Urban Mobility Zone, we are officialy launching two digital solutions that are designed to provide our customers with new benefits and ultimatley improve the passenger experience.
Both Wuhan Metro Line 11 and Qingdao Line 8 entered into revenue service with Thales SEC Transport (TST: Thales’ joint venture in China) Communications Based Train Control (CBTC) signalling technology.
Thales JV in China – Thales SEC Transport (TST) has recently been contracted by Zhengzhou Metro to provide its innovative TSTCBTC ®2.0 signalling system for the city’s Metro Line 6 Phase 1 project. This is the first signalling project that TST was awarded in Zhengzhou, ...
The Makkah Metro transports masses of pilgrims safely during one week, thanks to the complete engineering solution from Thales including signalling, integrated communications, and operational control. Read on.
Doha Metro Phase 1 is under construction, designed to serve both the capital and the suburbs with all major locations (37 stations) along 3 lines (Red, Gold and Green), totalising 86 km, on which 75 trains will operate automatically. Capable of reaching 100km/h, the Doh...
Every day, the North South Line and East West Line (NSEW) carry two thirds of the Singaporean commuters (Total population of 5.6 Million) on more than 100 km of lines and 58 stations.
June 10th at 4.10pm | June 12th at 12.40pm Arnaud Besse, Marketing and Communications Director, Urban Rail Signalling, Thales in Canada