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PSI Transcom and fi ve additional PSI subsidiaries will present comprehensive high-end process control solutions at InnoTrans in Berlin, covering the entire value-added chain of railway companies – from operations to energy supply, and logistical processes to vehicle maintenance, says general manager Torsten Vogel.


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SItraffi c controls and optimises the disposition of


staff and vehicles while monitoring the complete infrastructure. The system provides special functions for disruption management, operations control, reliable transfer connections and passenger information.


The network control system PSIcontrol steers and monitors overhead line systems. An integrated energy management system optimises energy production and transmission, from power plants to feed-in to the traction power system.


PSImaintenance optimises


maintenance intervals, reduces vehicle downtime and increases the reliability of operational procedures.


The Transport Management System PSItms includes innovative methods and functions for the optimal disposition of resources such as cars, locomotives and trucks.


VISIT


Come and see us at Hall: 2.1, Stand 226


For the fi rst time, the Malay PSI subsidiary PSI Incontrol will be represented at the stand. In 2011, the company, which specialises in intelligent IT-control systems, partnered with PSI Transcom to deliver a complete communications system for the Kuala Lumpur Monorail.


The software and consulting concept Qualicision assures and optimises your process quality. Through intelligent data collection, analysis and balance between target and criteria confl icts, Qualicision enhances process security and transparency.


On 20 September, PSI experts will present the complete spectrum of control solutions for rail operations under the slogan ‘PSI in Motion’ at the stand, as well as making themselves available for discussions and the exchange of information.


FOR MORE INFORMATION


Visit us at stand 226, hall 2.1 www.psitranscom.com


rail technology magazine Aug/Sep 12 | 79


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