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 investigates and evaluates BVB unusual infrastructure damages
Basler Verkehrs-Betriebe (BVB) have optimized several processes in its technology management division and made changes to its organizational structure following the discovery made last summer of unusual damage on its tracks. This discovery showed a different, new damage pattern which can be attributed to a maintenance backlog in wheelset machining. The BVB Board of Directors wanted to understand the circumstances and causes as well as the administrative and personnel responsibilities that led to this maintenance backlog. The board therefore commissioned an independent external investigation for which the results are now available.
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PROSE supports smartrail4.0 elaborating and presenting COAT - the CCS vehicle architecture at the “Industrietag 2019” event, dated February 21st
Switzerland is synonym to chocolate and cheese – and of course: railways! To ensure that it stays this way, Swiss Railways (SBB), Bern-Lötschberg-Simplon Bahn (BLS), Schweizerische Südostbahn (SOB), the Rhaetian Railway (RhB), and the Union of Public Transport (UPT) have joined forces and got the entire railway sector involved in the program “smartrail4.0”.