SIL4 generic safety platform for railway signaling applications
Modern, efficient and safe rail networks attract more passengers. Modern railway signaling systems rely on new tools and platforms which combine both hardware and software solutions.
We make your networks safer, more reliable and more durable – hence more attractive to the general public who uses them.
We are also experts at managing the obsolescence of your systems which is all important in an ever evolving regulatory climate.
Signaling must take into account cost, capacity, interoperability and ease of deployment factors while guaranteeing safety and reliability. Digitization and the use of generic equipment are important means for making the renovation or creation of new railway lines viable.
SCLE draws on 40 year’s experience in railway signaling equipment. Our principal customers are French railway and metro operators SNCF, RATP, as well as Alstom and Hitachi.
Almost all our railway products are approved by SNCF. They all meet operating safety and environmental requirements governing French railway signaling equipment.
Automatic light signal system guaranteeing distance between trains running on the same tracks
Timer for delaying the attraction of an N.S1 signaling relay
Voltage / current measurement and control
Surveillance system for detecting foreign objects on the track
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The BAL is an automatic railway signaling system designed to ensure adequate spacing between trains running along the same track
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The PMGI, an innovative and agile signaling system on the first tramway line in Avignon
Guaranteeing frequency and voltage stability for end users is a key challenge for electrical grid operators.
Two of the principal challenges facing future rail transport are network performance and energy consumption.
Digital innovation at the service of rail network efficiency
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