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20–21 June 2018
Quinton Rail Technology Centre, Warwickshire

S&T Zone.

Network Rail is returning to Rail Live 2018, to host the Rail Live – S&T Zone. The Zone brings together a diverse range of the Network Rail supply chain with the S Zone focusing on signalling technology. The demonstration areas are designed to show trackside equipment in a realistic environment, without the dangers presented by being trackside. Many of the exhibitors are taking advantage of this space to provide live demonstrations of a variety of new innovations, these include:

ilecsysWorking in collaboration with Viper Innovations – Cable Guardian, ilecsys are going to have a live working retrofittable Micro FSP/Cable Guardian/ATL backplate, fully powered to enabling live demonstrations throughout the show.

ilecsys have been doing some innovative things in regards to backfillable bases and piling solutions alongside VMS. A ground mount signal and DIS box mounted to a GRP backfillable base will be installed in the demo area. The Normal signal will be mounted using a Collis post and will be mounted using the Strucsol tree root foundation.

UnipartUnipart Rail will be demonstrating a whole range of technologies, and also showing their concept for the Condition Based Supply Chain (CBSC). Amongst the tech is their ALT (Assisted Lift Trunnion) adapted for use with CCTV cameras at level crossings, signalling and power location cases, pin brazing, lift and handling equipment, legacy signalling technology and the market-leading Unipart Dorman iLS. The CBSC portal - Paradigm Insight - will also be demo'd, so if you missed it at Infrarail, this is your chance to see how it works.

SiemensSiemens is excited to demonstrate new technology in Remote Condition Monitoring and Level Crossing Safety. Our robust Surelock & Linear Back Drive Points Drive System will be in operation as well as the S60 Level Crossing Barrier Machine which is currently being installed on the Carmarthenshire Project.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Signalling Innovations Group @ Rail Live 2018

The Signalling Innovations Group has developed a range of signalling tools, exhibited at the SIG marquee. Live demonstrations will be offered throughout the show days and visitors will be given the opportunity to try out the tools for themselves:

PVP – is a 3D laser point cloud and multiple 4k video surveying tool that has been used to capture more than 8,000 miles of data to date. It has been successfully used on over 70 projects including major schemes such as Crossrail, HS2 and Western Electrification

 

ISP Sketch – Intelligent Scheme Plan Sketch provides graphical outputs for the assessment of design options and System Data Exchange Format (SDEF) output, enabling automated data entry and data sharing with other tools. An integrated time saving option is available when used in conjunction with SDEF.

 

SSIFT –When used in conjunction with other Signalling Innovation Group tools, SSiFT’s automated form population and data calculations reduce hours of form filling to just 6 minutes.  

The S&T Zone @ Rail Live 2018

Network Rail is returning to Rail Live 2018, to host the Rail Live – S&T Zone. The Zone brings together a diverse range of the Network Rail supply chain with the S Zone focusing on signalling technology. The demonstration areas are designed to show trackside equipment in a realistic environment, without the dangers presented by being trackside. Many of the exhibitors are taking advantage of this space to provide live demonstrations of a variety of new innovations, these include:

ilecsys

Working in collaboration with Viper Innovations – Cable Guardian, ilecsys are going to have a live working retrofittable Micro FSP/Cable Guardian/ATL backplate, fully powered to enabling live demonstrations throughout the show.

ilecsys have been doing some innovative things in regards to backfillable bases and piling solutions alongside VMS. A ground mount signal and DIS box mounted to a GRP backfillable base will be installed in the demo area. The Normal signal will be mounted using a Collis post and will be mounted using the Strucsol tree root foundation.

Unipart

Unipart Rail will be demonstrating a whole range of technologies, and also showing their concept for the Condition Based Supply Chain (CBSC). Amongst the tech is their ALT (Assisted Lift Trunnion) adapted for use with CCTV cameras at level crossings, signalling and power location cases, pin brazing, lift and handling equipment, legacy signalling technology and the market-leading Unipart Dorman iLS. The CBSC portal - Paradigm Insight - will also be demo'd, so if you missed it at Infrarail, this is your chance to see how it works.

Siemens

Siemens is excited to demonstrate new technology in Remote Condition Monitoring and Level Crossing Safety. Our robust Surelock & Linear Back Drive Points Drive System will be in operation as well as the S60 Level Crossing Barrier Machine which is currently being installed on the Carmarthenshire Project.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Signalling Innovations Group @ Rail Live 2018

The Signalling Innovations Group has developed a range of signalling tools, exhibited at the SIG marquee. Live demonstrations will be offered throughout the show days and visitors will be given the opportunity to try out the tools for themselves:

PVP – is a 3D laser point cloud and multiple 4k video surveying tool that has been used to capture more than 8,000 miles of data to date. It has been successfully used on over 70 projects including major schemes such as Crossrail, HS2 and Western Electrification

 

ISP Sketch – Intelligent Scheme Plan Sketch provides graphical outputs for the assessment of design options and System Data Exchange Format (SDEF) output, enabling automated data entry and data sharing with other tools. An integrated time saving option is available when used in conjunction with SDEF.

 

SSIFT –When used in conjunction with other Signalling Innovation Group tools, SSiFT’s automated form population and data calculations reduce hours of form filling to just 6 minutes.  

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