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The 2016 anniversary year ended, once again, with new sales records. Growth – as well as the strategic integration with the Knorr-Bremse Group – continues.
Last year, handover took place of the first modernized metro trains of a sizable contract with the Metro Budapest by the company Metrowagonmash from Russia.
The wheel slide protection system used in the Metro trains WSP 800 V04 is based on Selectron's device family MAS 83x/73x.
The company Direct Rail Services operates a fleet of ten new Class 88 locomotives from Stadler Rail in the UK. For professionally equipping these locomotives, the TCMS belongs to Selectron.
The Class 88 Dual can be driven either electrically or with diesel engines. It is a development of the Class 68 platform and is used for the transport of passengers or goods.
Image: Electrical energy via overhead lines or by means of diesel engines for the "last mile".
(Source: Published press release)
Selectron is on the way to take more and more of a significant position within Knorr-Bremse. With their profound know-how on the subject of TCMS, Selectron contributes a lot to improving the "total costs of ownership" and "life-cycle costs" of a train or a fleet.
In order to broaden the knowledge of the functions of a train within the Knorr-Bremse Group, training is being planned with the aim of improving Knorr-Bremse's customer support, offering innovative solutions, and meeting the needs of train manufacturers and operators.
In Newsletter 3 of 2016, we reported on further cost reductions in wiring technology with new SIL modules, new network connections, and new assemblies with high number of channels.
So that these and other extension modules of the Smartio® control system are used not only remotely in a CAN network, Selectron is expanding its product range to include low-cost Ethernet node modules.
With cost optimization and decentralized signal acquisition, Selectron continues the recent trend with control system Smartio®. Time and cost savings for the customer arise through the use of new devices.
Wireless technology in the rail vehicle is the current trend. This is true not only for multimedia applications, but also for the transmission of vital data. Questions arise here for secure data communication. Here, Selectron also offers innovative solutions.
Last year, in September's newsletter, we widely reported that Selectron continues to expand activities in North America, with equipment produced for the US market at Knorr-Bremse's subsidiary in the US – the Knorr Brake Company in Westminster, Maryland. This allows Selectron to meet the requirements of the Buy America Act (BAA).
This is an important step in maintaining successful client relationships in the US and help toward further expansion.
We proudly announce yet another member of the Selectron team in the US. Since January 9, Wayne Williams has been responsible for TCMS project management at the Knorr Brake Company in the US.
Fantastic snow conditions, plenty of skiing and a great chance for enjoying some après-ski. The ski weekend, January 28/29, on the Lauchernalp in Wallis gave the participants a bright and beautiful weekend with lots of sunshine on both days. Another plus was Roger Federer's match, which was intensely watched with excitement.
2016's marketing highlight was, of course, InnoTrans.
Selectron exhibited its innovative strength and also its long-term continuity in the further expansion of its product portfolio.
Knorr-Bremse presented their 'Connected Systems' concept at this year's InnoTrans. The Integration Core Controller (ICC) board developed by Selectron is an integral part of the new Knorr-Bremse strategy.
Get a quick overview of the Selectron innovations 2016 and take a virtual wander around our stand.
São Paulo: Empresa Metropolitana de Transportes Urbanos de São Paulo (EMTU) operates with success the tram vehicles built by Stadler Rail Spain and T'Trans.
Intro image, source: Published press release
The use of Ethernet for the train bus provides not only the advantage of vehicle-wide and transparent communication, but also allows it to implement new and technically complex control concepts. Inaugurating 48 individual vehicle units into one single rail vehicle over Ethernet is a technical challenge.
With the time relay series "Compact", we now offer our customers an attractive range of relays for use in the rail sector.
Depending on the application, Smartio® brings savings of up to 30% with respect to wiring complexity – but what new use cases are now additionally covered?
The new film about Smartio® shows the attractive features of the newly expanded decentralized input/output system for signal conditioning of vehicle control. The advantages of the extremely versatile I/O system will convince you.
The Selectron product range – and the resulting extensive application options – can be found in our flyers and shown clearly and project-oriented in text and images.
We were visited at this year's National Future Day (German: "Zukunftstag") by seven youngsters.
They were allowed to participate in various activities that their adult mentors had organized.
The youngsters were able to carry out work such as simple programming, soldering, and administrative work.
The end of the year and the holiday season is a good time to stop and reflect on the past year with the significant decisions for the future and the 60th anniversary of Selectron.
Every two years, Berlin opens its doors directly under its radio tower for the world's largest rail vehicle trade fair – InnoTrans 2016.
Selectron has traditionally had its own stand, but this time appears in its new Selectron/Knorr-Bremse guise.
As a foretaste of what you can expect on the Selectron stand, we can show you here our info panels.
Selectron is continuing its activities in North America. At Knorr-Bremse's US subsidiary – the Knorr Brake Company in Westminster, Maryland – Selectron has localized production for the United States in order to comply with the Buy America Act (BAA) regulations.
This is an important step in maintaining successful customer relationships in the US and expanding further.
Subject to technical changes and amendments to technical specifications at any time.