- GTP role is to manage sales of OEM companies with strong technical competence, owner of IP of attractive
products , with business model oriented to R&D on demand.
- GTP has the network to manage services like SIL 4 homologation, technology transfer , technical advice.
- The products are either hardware and/or software
Global Technology Partners
• Backplane with safe bus
• 2oo2 or 2oo3 Control Units digital TC/IP vital com.
• Safe Feeder unit (WDOG)
• Vital I/O cards
• Mechanical I/O adjustable
• Additional cards for specific functions and antennas or sensors complete a certified product.
• BTM (Balise Transmission Module)
• LEU (Lineside Electronic Unit)
An On-board module for intermittent transmission between track and train, that processes Up-link as well as Down-link signals and telegrams from/to a Balise.
It interfaces the ERTMS/ETCS Kernel and
the Antenna Unit.
A Wayside unit that interfaces the national WaysideSignalling Equipment and the Balise.
• Subset 036 ERTMS/ETCS FFFIS for Eurobalise ver. 2.4.1 September 27 2007
• Subset 085 ERTMS/ETCS Test Specification FFFIS ver. 2.2.2 November 09 2007
• Higher track circuit length supported (up to 8 Km)
for maximum configuration flexibility.
• Track circuit functionality independent from ballast
conditions and variations
• No need of isolation joints
• No need for capacitors along the line
• SIL 4 Certified
The eWiFi-EW30099900635 provides a flexible
and highly reliable solution for Railway and
industrial wireless networks.
Designed for Board <-> Track communication
in INFILL/CBTC etc… systems
• IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n/h compliant
• Redundant Wireless communication support
• EN 50121-4/-3-2 compliant -- -40->+70°C temp range
• EN 50155 compliant
• Additional proprietary WiFi encryption is implemented
based on hidden SSID and radio packets customization with
The tool is part of the INFILL system deployed in a new
Stockholm Tram Line
FUES is an in-tie measuring system which monitors the temperature of trains’ bearings and wheels in order to detect early indication of trains’ failures. In case of
danger the system will transmit either onboard train or to the signaling system an alarm in order to safely slow down/stop the train before derailment.
FUES is currently installed along all main European HSL to assure safe train operations and a continuous monitoring of axles/wheels conditions.