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Technical Seminar at Railtex/Infrarail 2021

Tuesday 7 September 2021 – 13:10

Neil Bradbury, UK Managing Director, Schweizer Electronic

On the first day of Railtex/Infrarail 2021, as part of the Technical Seminar programme organised by Rail Business Daily, Neil Bradbury will give a realistic overview of how the Schweizer Electronic Group has developed systems that allow for greater flexibility in the area of track safety, in particular how the development of Automatic Sector Switching systems can only benefit track working.

For more than 50 years, Schweizer Electronic AG has been developing and manufacturing train detection and warning systems. Still owned by the Schweizer family with head-quarters in Switzerland, the group’s goal is to increase safety while also improving access efficiency, user friendliness and worker productivity.

Neil Bradbury, Schweizer Electronic.

Today, Schweizer Electronic is the market leader in Europe for on-track automated protection on busy railways for both passenger and freight lines. Railway automation and high-availability radio systems complement the product range and market segments.

Supplying countries across Europe and globally, Schweizer Electronic provides a range of products including Automatic Track Warning Systems (ATWS) and Lookout Operated Warning Systems (LOWS) for temporary worksites, permanent Signal Controlled Warning Systems (SCWS), and FLEX level crossings.

Schweizer Electronics’ core competences centre on high-security remote control and radio data transmission systems, along with interactive diagnostic systems for use wherever safety and efficiency are important.

To learn more about the complete Schweizer Electronic range, visit stand N16 in hall 11 at Railtex/Infrarail – 7-9 September 2021 at Birmingham NEC.

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