SCLE has tested an innovative digital solution for route verification and track occupancy at the back office with ROL Through its membership in the Federation of Railway Industries (FIF) and its participation in the Rail Open Lab (ROL), SCLE, in partnership with VOSSLOH, was able to develop and test an innovative solution to instrument a […]
Through its membership in the Federation of Railway Industries (FIF) and its participation in the Rail Open Lab (ROL), SCLE, in partnership with VOSSLOH, was able to develop and test an innovative solution to instrument a backbone and thus; monitor and verify the compliance of routes during various maneuvers performed as part of a rapid succession.
The experimentation took place within the framework of the ROL created by FIF and SNCF Réseau, RATP and SERCE. The ROL is an open innovation platform bringing together players in the railway industry with the aim of improving the efficiency of the railway network.
The ROL allows industrialists wishing to innovate to have access to railway infrastructures and to establish a privileged contact with people in the business in order to experiment new solutions. It is a real technological gas pedal.
Both pioneers in the field of railway safety, Vossloh for its railway command and control systems and SCLE for its safe railway signalling equipment. Through the team of its Digital Innovation department, SCLE has been able to innovate by creating an original IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) solution adapted to the railway environment.
For 4 months, SCLE, accompanied by SNCF Réseau teams, was able to access the railway infrastructure and test its solution on the Coutras rear base.
This digital solution is based on the use of Paulvé sensors and controllers developed by VOSSLOH and connected by SCLE, and the instrumentation of motors and switch levers by SCLE electronic position sensors. It allows to supervise the conformity of the routes and the occupation of the lanes in the rear base of a Rapid Suite.
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