TDK Corporation (TSE: 6762) announces that Tronics AXO®315, a miniature high-performance 1-axis closed-loop digital MEMS accelerometer, is now available for purchase at Digi-Key, Mouser and Farnell and its affiliates Newark and Element 14. The AXO315 sensor and its Arduino-based evaluation kit are now available globally from the three distributors’ websites.
Indonesia’s transport agency PT Jakarta Lingko Indonesia awards a consortium led by PT Jatelindo Perkasa Abadi and comprising Thales, Lyko and PT Aino Indonesia an 8-year contract to deploy, operate and maintain a ticketing platform and a Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) solution for Indonesia's capital, Jakarta.
Stadler and KiwiRail have signed a long-term framework agreement with a first call off for the supply of 57 diesel mainline locomotives. The order value of the call off amounts to around 228 million euros. This is the first contract for Stadler in New Zealand
The world railway market is organised around three main segments: rolling stock, signalling and infrastructure. This sector is particularly dynamic in Europe. On the Old Continent, urban areas and regions prioritise the modernisation of existing networks, infrastructure (roads, docks, highway structures, etc.) and signalling (on board and/or on the ground), as well as rejuvenation of the rolling stock.
Reaffirming its strength as a trusted global transportation supplier and leveraging its long lasting presence in Singapore, Thales is selected once again by the Land Transport Authority of Singapore to deliver modernised Automatic Fare Collection (AFC) gates on Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) lines across the country.
Deutsche Bahn (DB) and Siemens Mobility have developed the world’s first train that operates by itself in rail traffic. Dr. Richard Lutz, CEO of DB, and Dr. Roland Busch, CEO of Siemens AG, together with Dr. Peter Tschentscher, Mayor of Hamburg, presented the train today as it made its premiere run as part of the Digital S-Bahn Hamburg project
What will travel be like in the future? How will we transport goods? And how will mobility change in urban and rural areas? In the latest episode of the InnoTrans Podcast Henri Poupart-Lafarge, CEO and chairman of the board of directors of Alstom, outlines his vision of mobility in the future.