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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-increasing railway traffic under maximum safety conditions, ÖBB places high requirements on the punctuality of its trains and consequently on the operational availability of its infrastructure. The new electronic interlocking system at Linz central station will now meet these requirements, thanks to the latest technology from Thales.
Thales participated in this large scale research project on novel verification and validation approaches for highly automated safe and secure systems.
Hannes Boyer talks with the French-Austrian Chamber of Commerce (CCFA).
Under the motto "Set the route for digitisation", Thales organised an Open Day on 21 May to showcase digital solutions for the mobility of the future in the railway sector.
Digitisation was the motto of his year's Girls' Day 2019.
In the Austrian Thales unit, which is steadily growing its business and market shares through its genuine and broad offering, Thales has appointed Hannes Boyer as Country Director and CEO. Hannes Boyer succeeds Alfred Veider, who has taken on a new role within Thales.
HeliAir and Thales agree on cooperation
Equipped with high technology solutions the whole railway infrastructure of the two railway companies Neusiedler Seebahn and Raaberbahn can now be remote controlled from a new control centre.
“We turn university upside down” is the motto of the Kids University in Vienna where Thales participated for the first time.
GySEV has awarded Thales a contract to modernise the train control system on the Sopron-Szombately-Szentgotthárd line (116 km).