Stadler Signalling AG

Innovative Solutions for All Types of Railways

From signal to full automation
We offer our customers tailor-made signalling solutions in the main line, branch line, LRV, metro and depot segments to ensure efficient, digital and sustainable rail operations. The broad signalling portfolio includes solutions in the fields of automated train operation (ATO), train protection (ETCS, Class B), CBTC for safe
assisted operation up to driverless operation, as well as conventional and modern infrastructure technology, including interlocking technology (relay and electronic interlocking).

Stadler Signalling
With over 500 employees in several locations in Switzerland, Germany and Italy we are continuously expanding our signalling competencies in order to offer our customers added value.


+41 44 878 82 82
stadler.signalling@stadlerrail.com
Signalling (stadlerrail.com)

Alte Winterthurerstrasse 14, 8304 Wallisellen

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News

Stadler Signalling AG / Fri 03.09.2021

ATO GoA2 pilot project with Schweizerische Südostbahn AG

Stadler Signalling has successfully completed the functional testing of the mutual ATO GoA2 pilot project with Schweizerische Südostbahn AG.

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Products

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Train protection system – ETCS

The onboard system for higher operating speeds, interoperability, continued use of existing infrastructure as well as cost efficiency and guaranteeing safety.

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Electronic interlocking – SIL 4

A scalabe electronic interlocking with multiple digital interfaces to adjacent systems that can be integrated in a widely diversified system landscape with a focus on interoperability.

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Relay interlocking

We have substantial experience in project development of relay interlockings (Domino).

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Electronic interlockings with remote control

Electronic interlockings protect and monitor the entire operation of branchlines, streetcar systems, light railways and depots.

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Intermittent train protection

To monitor and secure railway traffic in areas with particular hazards.

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Communication based train protection

Automated operation of branchlines and light railways is possible with communication based train protection by Stadler.

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Automated operation – CBTC

Automated operation with metro trains (up to driverless) is possible with the CBTC system by Stadler. With CBTC, operators can achieve shorter headways, faster travel times, greater reliability, lo...

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Migration

We plan the migration process in detail with highest priority for maintaining safety standards and continuous operations.

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Shunting systems

Stadler offers innovative system solutions for orderly and safe interactions between humans and machinery on shunting yards and depots.

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Level crossings

Level crossing protection systems protect individual traffic from collisions with rolling stock on level crossings.

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Signals

Regardless of whether they are used in public transit or in interlockings for shunting – whilst respecting the legal requirements we adapt signals to your individual needs.

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Digital Twins

A digital twin is a detailed virtual copy of a vehicle fleet and processes vehicle data in real time.

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ATO and driver advisory systems

ATO stands for Automatic Train Operation und supports different applications for partial and full automation of operations.

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Collision warning system

Via high-quality object detection, the Stadler collision warning system ensures greater driving safety via up to three sensors (radar, camera and lidar).

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Passenger information systems

Our passenger information system is a modular solution that provides dynamic passenger information at bus and train platforms.

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