China, South Korea and Turkey select Thales’ technologies for their metros

Thales will provide its SelTrac™ Communications Based Train Control (CBTC) signalling solution in South Korea, Turkey and China, after signing three urban rail signalling contracts. Despite the current Covid-19 pandemic, governments around the globe are committed to progressing forward with crucial public transportation developments and Thales’s technology will be an important part of these projects.

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The Mont-Saint-Michel is equipped with Thales license plate readers to reduce waiting time of its 3 million visitors

Transdev Normandie is offering new services to users by integrating license plate readers with Thales's WiLiX car park management solution. The WiLiX solution was installed eight years ago and includes entry/exit control, dynamic signage and video intercom services at the 4,500-place parking facility at the Mont-Saint-Michel, one of France's best-known tourist attractions.

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Hyderabad metro corridor II, connecting Hyderabad and Secunderabad

L&T Metro Rail (Hyderabad) Limited (L&TMRHL) has reaffirmed its promise to make travel more convenient with the launch of its much-awaited corridor-II. Inaugurated by Honorable Chief Minister of Telangana State, Sri K. Chandrashekar Rao, the 11 km stretch is equipped with the Advanced Signalling & Train Control technology and Supervision & Communication Systems for Hyderabad metro by Thales.

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ADIF awards Thales the maintenance of the traffic control facilities of the Madrid-Seville and Cordoba-Malaga high speed lines

Maintenance activity on high-speed lines is critical to ensuring the safety, reliability and availability of transport systems. This activity is key for ensuring the success of the sector’s liberalisation, as the infrastructure will be subjected to a significant increase in traffic. Thales has a long history in Spain in the rail sector notably in maintenance activities.

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Hungary relies on Thales to modernise another 110 km of the railway network

The ambition of the Hungarian National Infrastructure Development Company NIF is to create a transport network facilitating attractive and interoperable mobility offer for passengers and goods travelling in and through Hungary. For their current project to design and implement the European Train Control System ETCS on the 110 km railway section from Szajol to Debrecen NIF furthermore relies on cutting-edge technology from Thales.

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ÖBB modernises Linz Central Station with Interlocking System Technology from Thales

The interlocking system at Linz central station is one of the largest interlocking systems in Austria; up to now it was realized in relay technology. However, it had already reached the limits of its technical capability and was no longer expandable. With ever-increasing railway traffic under maximum safety conditions, ÖBB places high requirements on the punctuality of its trains and consequently on the operational availability of its infrastructure. The new electronic interlocking system at Linz central station will now meet these requirements, thanks to the latest technology from Thales.

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Shanghai Metro Line 5 goes smoothly into full line service thanks to TST, Thales JV in China

Shanghai Metro Line 5, composed of the resignalled existing section and the new south extension, has smoothly entered into full line service at the end of 2018. This is China’s first metro line where operation, renovation and construction were fulfilled at the same time. This great achievement has been possible thanks to the seamless and joint effort from Shanghai Shentong Metro Group Co., Ltd. and TST, the joint venture between Thales and Shanghai Electric in China.

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