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All crucial features on our WaggonTracker system are shown in a less-than-2-minutes-video. The film crew of the Houska Award 2020 has packed the technology of our digital overall system in a "how to explain the WaggonTracker assets video" (in German language).
The WaggonTracker system was nominated the renowned Houska Award 2020 and thus among the best five Austrian research projects.
Credit: With courtesy of houskapreis.at
From Graz into the whole world. PJM had realized test rides and tests for approval in more than 30 countries. Among them: the subway in Chicago and Oslo, the tube in London, the suburban rail in Berlin and the Indian Railway in Hyderabad, the passenger train in Canada and the Brightline in Florida. Customers all over the world appreciate the know-how and experience of PJM. Our team is familiar with country-specific regulations. Our global experience is the basis to plan and organise our projects in an efficient way. For our customers, we travel around the world – even if takes longer than 80 days.
10 minutes instead of 40: This crucial time saving is no longer just a future vision but reality. The automatic brake test has been in operation on rail freight trains by SBB Cargo. By the end of the tests, 1 million km will have been run. Regarding the development of the automatic brake test, crucial know-how comes from PJM. Get more about the status quo of the “one-person-operated-train” by SBB Cargo and the automatic brake test developed by SBB Cargo, PJM and Rail Cargo Austria in the latest issue of the German special interest magazine PJM.
Mercer Holz is a well-known company in the German timber industry. Every year, Mercer Holz purchases over 5 million cubic metres round timber and sawmill by-products. Hence, the freight volume is very high. About 1,8 million cubic metres round timber and wood chip are transported by rail. In order to simplify the loading process, Mercer Holz has implemented the Load-Monitor-system by PJM. On account of the variable density of timber, volume is not the ideal loading parameter. The load monitoring-system automatically determines the loading process on-site. The load is indicated by signal lamps on the wagon or on the display of the person being in charge of the loading process. Thus, the loading staff is assisted locally and can adjust the load immediately (e.g. in case of overload, impacts etc.). The load monitoring systems provides safety and an increase of efficiency. The load is always at an optimum level.
In February, our WaggonTracker-team has completed the project in Niesky / Germany: 157 load monitoring systems were installed on new wagons and 50 (existing) were upgraded with the PJM-systems.
Learn more about the load monitoring system: https://pjm.co.at/en/waggontracker/load-monitor/
It's landscape just like in a fairy tale: The approval tests of new Stadler FLIRT trains were performed amongst others on the world-famous Gotthard railway. Within the comprehensive tests, there was a focus on the aquivalent conicity of the rail-wheel-contact. Get the full project story as download or on:
From Graz to Berlin: At the Railway Forum Berlin, PJM presented latest international projects and its innovative portfolio. On the shared booth of AC Styria, 10 companies had a showed high-tech solutions.
Digital rail freight cargo and the many years experience of overall solutions were in the spotlight of PJM.
Get more on the Styrian railway industry (press release of the AC Styria in German language):
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