Intelligent digital data acquisition and updating without interruption of operation on the track as a basis for safety planning.
As one of seven Germany-wide projects of the DB high-speed program, the Lichtenfels-Coburg-Sonneberg line is being equipped with digital signaling and interlocking technology according to ETCS L2 in record time. In addition to renewing the signals and points along the line, the nine existing interlockings are being replaced by a modern digital interlocking and five technology modules. Especially in such tightly scheduled projects, up-to-date and reliable as-built documentation and site plans are an essential basis for achieving the project goals and reducing project risks. These high requirements can hardly be realized with short project durations on conventional terrestrial acquisition methods. In order to efficiently implement the highest planning data quality in the shortest possible time, NEXTRAIL used the TRAXIMIZER system, which specializes in the acquisition of railroad infrastructure data.
The system is capable of precisely recording even large track projects and complex topologies. And it does so without disturbance of operation, in a track-related way, and in a significantly shorter time. This applies to track axes, including gradient and cant, as well as the precise detection of approx. 600 elements such as switches, signals, balises, axle counters, panels, bridges, stations, or platforms.
Key areas of service
Dynamic acquisition of track data during operation
Multi-channel evaluation of data for reliable results
Comparison against DB Netz AG track network data in the form of a report
Conversion of the results into the standard format PlanPro incl. test of the import process into the planning tool ProSig
Provision in the DB Netz AG reference system DBREF