The latest news from the Unipart Rail Group of Companies



50% more efficient and x100 reliability improvement

50% more efficient and x100 reliability improvement



For decades Unipart Rail has been producing the TCAID (Track Circuit Aid) to help to shunt signals in the leaf-fall season, but a new development has improved this incredibly useful technology to a whole new level of efficiency....



Increasing line capacity in the MOVINGRAIL project

Increasing line capacity in the MOVINGRAIL project



Park Signalling is playing a key part in the MOVINGRAIL project by leading the third work package (virtual coupling) and providing professional advice to the universities on their own work packages....



New webinar program now available for registration

New webinar program now available for registration

Four webinars demonstrating SSI performance improvement


Tags: Innovative Solutions Park Signalling Signalling Value - Increased Digital Value - Increased Performance Value - Optimised Cost Value - Reduced Risk Webinars


As part of our new webinar program we now have four Park Signalling webinars now open for registration....



Resolving SSI communications issues

Resolving SSI communications issues

Using Park Signalling Technology for reliable service


Tags: Improved Performance Infrastructure Park Signalling Value - Increased Digital Value - Increased Performance Value - Innovation Value - Reduced Risk


The in-service reliability performance of the SSI Long Distance Terminal (LDT) design has never met expectations. The module failures often manifest themselves as shutdowns of the LDT causing it to cease communication. Park Signalling's Filters resolve this issue....



Transforming Traction and Rolling Stock Maintenance with Condition Based Monitoring

Transforming Traction and Rolling Stock Maintenance with Condition Based Monitoring



You can now view our webinar "Transforming Traction and Rolling Stock Maintenance with Condition Based Monitoring" which took place on Wednesday 27th May at 1pm....



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