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WLAN Enables Constant Connectivity Between Moving Trains and Trackside
WLAN Enables Constant Connectivity Between Moving Trains and Trackside
WLAN Enables Constant Connectivity Between Moving Trains and Trackside
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The link between the fast-moving train and the broader fixed trackside infrastructure has always been one of the key components of a train communications network. A major rail operator in Japan sought to build a trackside infrastructure that will offer a corridor of wireless coverage on and around the track. This would give the wireless clients on the train constant high-speed connectivity to support applications both onboard and along the rail line. There are numerous issues to face before this network is ready to tackle challenging CBTC operations: - seamless roaming is needed to provide uninterrupted communications, - EMI/EMC compliance is critical to ensure that there is no system performance degradation due to harsh wayside operating conditions. System Requirements • Constant high-speed connectivity along the track • Optimized AP coverage along a 20 km route • Seamless roaming between trackside APs • Open standards secure future upgrade path • Compliant with rolling stock and trackside standards


Industries: Transportation
Functions: Maintenance
Capabilities: Infrastructure Access & SecurityRemote Access & Control
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Real-time Networked Sonar System for Ships
Real-time Networked Sonar System for Ships
Real-time Networked Sonar System for Ships
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A multinational, knowledge-based corporation that delivers marine electronics solutions is utilizing industrial Ethernet technology to help ensure that operations at sea are dependable and optimal. Based in Europe, the company has nearly 4000 employees working in 20 countries around the world, and produces high-tech systems for offshore oil and gas operations, merchant marine systems, and various applications for the defense and aerospace industries. The company produces products and systems used by merchant vessels and offshore installations for positioning, navigation, automation, as well as for surveying and monitoring the seabed, and for fishing vessels and fi sheries research. As one of the major suppliers of high quality marine electronics in the world, their products include chart plotters for yachts, triple redundant dynamic positioning systems for oil drilling rigs, and sonar and instrument systems for scientifi c research vessels. Products used for marine applications must be rugged enough to endure the corrosive effects of salt water, and be able to withstand excessive amounts of vibration and shock. For this reason, the company only uses DNV and GL certified products and components to ensure that their systems can meet the high standards required by the maritime industry.


Industries: Transportation
Functions: Logistics & Warehousing
Capabilities: Asset Tracking & MonitoringData Acquisition & ManagementOverall Equipment Effectiveness
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Visual Management on Gas Tankers
Visual Management on Gas Tankers
Visual Management on Gas Tankers
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Gas tankers are massive ships with a limited crew, making them extremely difficult to monitor. Video surveillance systems, which use a large number of widely distributed devices, and fire prevention systems are both crucial elements of a gas tanker monitoring system.The system used for this application is a legacy analog CCTV surveillance system that is completely independent from the main monitor and control SCADA system. With this system, the administrator responds to an event by first using the SCADA system to locate the event, and then accesses the appropriate surveillance camera from the CCTV system to view the location. The goal is to upgrade the system so that only one step is required. This is done by integrating the CCTV surveillance system into the SCADA system, in which case the surveillance system becomes a SCADA sub-system, making centralized control and monitoring possible.System Requirements- Upgrade to an IP video surveillance system for integration with the existing SCADA system- Live video display (through the SCADA system)- Enable events in the SCADA system to automatically trigger live video display- All the devices need to be of rugged design and have an anti-explosion defense


Industries: Transportation
Functions: Quality Assurance
Capabilities: Asset Tracking & MonitoringData Acquisition & ManagementEnvironmental Health & Safety
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