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EURO RAIL EXPERTISE


Frauscher Sensortechnik GmbH explains why it is the leading supplier of inductive sensor technology for use in the rail industry.


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rauscher Sensortechnik GmbH was founded by Josef Frauscher in 1986 and employs more than 90 people. The export ratio of the company is 90%.


The company’s portfolio includes the development, planning and production of innovative, highly- available and secure sensor tech- nology, as well as wheel-detection and axle-counting systems for a very wide range of technical rail applications.


This also includes individual plan- ning and project engineering, as well as support during installation and commissioning.


Training


A comprehensive range of training opportunities allows the operator to install systems independently,


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operate them in the long term, maintain them and configure them as required. This guarantees the maximum degree of independence of system suppliers and minimal life-cycle costs.


For years, Frauscher Group has been active in the UK in the field of axle counting and wheel detection.


This successful business develop- ment is now set to be pursued and expanded with a long-term en- gagement in the UK.


To that effect, Frauscher UK Ltd was formed at Yeovil, Somerset, as a 100% subsidiary of Frauscher Holding GmbH and will be respon- sible for Sales, After-Sales Service and Technical Support in the areas of railways, subways and light rail systems. Richard Colman has been appointed Managing Director.


Field-proven products


Frauscher is proud of a wide spec- trum of field-proven products, especially our new and innovative products to compliment and en- hance our existing product range.


The Frauscher Advanced Counter FAdC is a new generation of wheel detection and track vacancy de- tection systems from the house of Frauscher, which facilitates com- munication via open interfaces and decentralised configurations. And the Magnetic noise receiver MNR, which is mounted on the rail just as any wheel sensor and cap- tures, or records the magnetic field that occurs (e.g. emitted by various vehicles).


FOR MORE INFORMATION Visit www.frauscher.com


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