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Thales works on the expansion and modernization of the signalling and traffic control facilities of the Alicante TRAM Line 5
Atocha and Santa Justa stations now adapted to high speed and liberalisation for improved customer’s services
Madrid, 14th January 2021. - Thales has started on the construction project by removing the gauge changeover in Atocha and starting the extension in Atocha and Seville Santa Justa stations for Adif Alta Velocidad (Adif AV).
On October 28 WuXi Metro Line 3 Phase 1 entered revenue service. The Line 3 covers 28.5 km operational track and 21 stations, including five stations that have the ability to connect with WuXi Metro Line 1, Line 2 and Line 3.
Climate change is a real and growing threat. It is becoming increasingly urgent for countries and businesses across the world, to protect the planet for future generations. Railways play a vital role in this scenario, sup-porting the economy and connecting communities,
Thales is developing complex Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems that promote eco-responsible AI based on learning and knowledge and consume less energy.
Argos innovation partnership : Sncf réseau selects the Thales, Alstom and Hitachi Rail groups for development of its next generation signal interlockings
The ARGOS innovation partnership launched by SNCF Réseau in 2018 to develop and rollout a new generation of computer-controlled signal interlockings is about to graduate to the next stage. For 18 months, teams of industrial and SNCF Réseau engineers have been conduct
• Thales has been selected to provide its SelTrac™ Communications Based Train Control (CBTC) signalling technology for the Vancouver Broadway Subway Project • The Broadway Subway is an extension of the SkyTrain Millennium Line, extending 5.7 km along the Broadway Corrid
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,
Every metro journey depends on an Operation Control Centre (OCC) – a high-tech control room that keeps everything running smoothly. How can OCCs be adapted to respond to the Covid-19 crisis – and how might digital technologies help?
The latest generation TTC audio frequency track circuit, developed entirely by Thales in Spain, provides predictive information for the maintenance of the system and ensures the safety of railway operations by detecting the occupation, presence and departure of a train