Half-way through InnoTrans 2018
We’re half-way through InnoTrans week – our second day at the fair was yet another intensive and rewarding day at our stand. We had the opportunity to meet more of our clients – as well as introduce ourselves to potential future clients whilst showing them and discussing together with them solutions for any mobility queries or problems they are currently facing.
We also hosted an important presentation event at our stand. In collaboration with Obermeyer and Ramboll, we presented our project for Fraport’s People Mover. This driverless system will connect the new Terminal 3 with Terminal 1 at Frankfurt Airport and carry up to 4,000 passengers an hour. The joint presentation covered exclusive insights to infrastructure, engineering structures, communication and power supply (OBERMEYER); operations, traffic management and maintenance (Ramboll), and Vehicle, interfaces to the infrastructure, operational processes (PROSE). Our experts were on site and presented their role in this innovative project at Germany’s largest airport.
We’re glad to say that it’s been another successful day at InnoTrans! Tomorrow is another packed day at our stand – which we’re really looking forward to!
12:00 – 13:00 Presentation of PROSE France
15:50 – 16:10 Career point, organised students tour
17:30 – 18:00 Pleasant end of an intensive day at the trade fair
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Other PROSE news
PROSE providing TRANSTECH with engineering support for RNV tram
SKODA TRANSTECH Oy is supplying ForCity Smart trams to Rhein-Neckar Verkehr GmbH (RNV) in three different versions (3,4 and 6 section vehicles). TRANSTECH has therefore asked PROSE for engineering support including vehicle dynamics simulations, derivation of load assumptions and elaboration of component specifications for the development of the new RNV tram versions.
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Presentation of the first two completely modernised IC2000 coaches after 2 years of planning work by PROSE- Commuters enthusiastic
The complete modernisation of the IC2000 fleet is the largest vehicle modernisation in the history of SBB’s long-distance traffic: SBB has invested over 300 million Swiss Francs in the refurbishment of its 341 coaches, which together with the Re460 locomotives, are the backbone of Swiss long-distance traffic.