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Technician's Terminal obtains Network Rail Product Approval

Technician's Terminal obtains Network Rail Product Approval

for Park Signalling

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Park Signalling Ltd has received full and final product acceptance from Network Rail for the MT04 Technician's Terminal on Tuesday 11th December 2018, for the replacement of the original Solid-State Interlocking (SSI) Technician's Terminals.

The MT04 has been developed over several years using standard Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS) components and is directly compatible, replicating the feel and functionality of all original and existing equipment. Additionally, USB pen drives have been provided for event logging and event data recovery in a controlled manner.

Park Signalling Ltd are keen to start a User Group for the product, to increase and add to the existing functionality in a controlled manner, in connection with the product acceptance team in Milton Keynes and the requirements of the maintenance areas across the UK.

Park Signalling Ltd are hosting a Technician's Terminal product launch on Wednesday 10th April, 2019 at Signet Solutions Ltd in Derby.  To request a free place at this event, please contact:  +44 (0)161 219 0161 or email:

They will also be exhibiting at the RIA Innovation Conference in Telford with Unipart Rail from 19-20 March, 2019.


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Lydia Tilt

Marketing Manager

I am Marketing Manager at Unipart Rail, supporting Unipart Dorman in both the rail and traffic sectors as well as Park Signalling. In my spare time I love to travel and immerse myself into different languages and cultures.


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