I've written about circular polarizers before, but I wanted to revisit them one more time.In case you don't know what a circular polarizer is, it is a filter that screws onto the end of your lens to allow you to polarize the light coming into your lens. Show More Summary
At large production facilities in the chemical industry, hundreds of tonnes of liquids are weighed every day. In recent years a major petrochemical company in Cologne has optimised this process to make it highly efficient, with the help of MULTIRAIL®…
A Trans-European rail project, Rail Baltica, is aimed at connecting the Baltic states to the existing European rail network. The project will cover territories of the co-operating EU member states.
The Canadian Government is set to invest C$102.5m ($77.6m) over the next two years to improve the safety and efficiency of passenger operations on the Ottawa-Montreal rail corridor.
The first Siemens-built Class 700 Desiro City train has arrived at the new Three Bridges traincare facility near Gatwick Airport, UK.
The UK's Transport for London (TfL) has awarded Thales a £760m contract to modernise the signalling and train control system on London Underground's (LU's) Circle, District, Metropolitan and Hammersmith & City lines.
Leroy Automation, a French advanced engineering design house and manufacturer of electronic embedded transit and railway systems, automation products for the electrification of transport & transit networks, and control-command equipment designed for …
BRIO is an ethernet-based decentralised-remote input / output module designed to be embedded onboard rolling stock vehicles.
Ensuring maximum reliability of connections enjoys top priority in a mission-critical communications network. If a mission-critical application fails, companies and people's lives can be put at risk. KEYMILE explains five of the most important demand…
The Great Western route modernisation is an extensive programme undertaken by Network Rail to modernise its existing infrastructure to provide faster and reliable services.
» Late to the bike-sharing game, Los Angeles nevertheless could offer an important innovation: Transfers to and from transit. You might say that bike sharing has conquered the world, invading city after city since the first modern systems featuring information technology opened in Europe in the 1990s. Show More Summary
RAIL.ONE depends on entrepreneurial adaptability to be sustainably successful in its core business. With the target of adapting the group even more successfully to customer orientation, growth and innovative strengths, the company has implemented a n…
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Teleste, the international technology group, has acquired Mitron. Mitron will continue its activities as an independent company as part of the video surveillance business unit within Teleste's Video and Broadband Solutions Business Area and with its …
A consortium of Alstom, Corsan, Corviam and Cosider has secured a contract from Algeria’s public transport operator Entreprise Metro d’Alger (EMA) to extend the Constantine area Tramway.
The UK Department for Transport (DfT) has granted approval to First Great Western (FGW) to introduce a new fleet of 29 high-speed trains built by Hitachi Rail Europe for the new franchise.
Australian technology solutions provider Vix Technology has secured a A$27m ($19.6m) contract from the Malaysian Government's public transport regulator to unify the country's mass transit system under one ticketing and payment syst...
You are welcome to visit Mitron at the Trako Exhibition in Gdansk, Poland, on the 22-25 September 2015.
South Korean manufacturer Hyundai Rotem is set to deliver the first of 37 new train sets for the future North South Corridor of the Shatin to Central Link (SCL) in September.
The sound radiation of railway wheels mainly takes place in the area of resonant frequencies. All absorbers are constructed as multi-layer resonators. Single metallic plates are followed by layers of elastomer.