Did you miss us at Rail Live?
Then you missed a lot of technology!
28 June 2017 16:10:12



Whatever your interest in products for the rail infrastructure, there was something of interest for you at Rail Live!

And in the Network Rail Sig Zone, we had a range of products that are used on or around the infrastructure. Take your pick from:

  • Unipart Dorman's Lightweight LED signal in the Assisted Lift Trunnion
  • Functional Supply Point (FSP) - we're integrating new technology, and our recent acquisition of Samuel James broadens our capability.
  • Track Pan - control spills and liquid loss in depots, temporary locations or at wash sites - or anywhere that environmental contamination could be an issue.
  • Route Signal Indicators from Unipart Dorman - a new initiative for London Underground.
  • REMIT remote missing telegram detector - if SSI data links are your thing, then REMIT was worth a look.
  • SPARTA relay test apparatus - now in use on the network.
  • DF11 on-site speed feedback device - understand vehicle speed on your sites and alert drivers of their actual speed.

You could also pick up a copy of the latest edition of our Lightweight Signalling Handbook.

Get in touch if you'd like more information.

 



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Dave Tilmouth

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I'm Head of Marketing Communications for Unipart Rail, so I get to be involved in lots of exciting stuff across Traction & Rolling Stock, Infrastructure and road traffic. My colleagues know me as someone who has a perspective on everything, as well as being a bit of an extrovert!
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