Rail vehicle sensors
Any system that improves the safety or efficiency of rail vehicles requires reliable measurements as the basis for further processing and data evaluation. Asset performance management, digital monitoring and diagnostics, and rail automation will improve the reliability of trains on rail networks worldwide in the future. For the measurement of the required physical quantities, special challenges with regard to robustness, stability and the like apply. We develop rail vehicle sensor solutions for measuring tasks in rail transport of today and tomorrow.
Early warning systems – Safety and efficiency of rail vehicles
OEM sensor development
Based on our long-proven and proven products, we develop individual sensor solutions. Within the framework of our proficiency in the field of inertial measurement acceleration, inclination, rotation rate, we can implement a variety of measuring tasks.
Project: Intensive consulting and process support by a management consultant
In accordance with the consulting guidelines of the Free State of Thuringia, the company receives support to increase its performance and competitiveness by consulting independent management consultants - intensive consulting and process support. The results and recommendations for action are recorded in a consultant report. Funding is provided by the European Social Fund and the State of Thuringia.
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Production in small series
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