Stadler Signalling AG

Since 2017, Stadler has built up an independent, international centre of expertise for signalling technology in Wallisellen. Several teams of highly qualified engineers and specialists are currently conducting research and developing specific signalling solutions for Stadler at the Wallisellen site in the immediate vicinity of Zurich. These include solutions in the areas of automatic train operation (ATO), train protection (ETCS) and driverless metro trains (CBTC).

We are continuously expanding our Signalling expertise to offer our customers added value and secure the company’s long-term future.

Telephone: +41 44 878 82 82

Alte Winterthurerstrasse 14, 8304 Wallisellen

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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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Andreas Haas

Managing Director (from 1.8.22)


Stadler Signalling AG


Increased demands on rail transport are causing railway companies to focus on specific strategic goals: improve travel speed, interoperability, asset utilization, optimize infrastructure spending an...

Stadler Signalling AG


In order to maximize efficiency on the existing infrastructure, Automatic Train Operation (ATO) from Stadler can be tailored to existing Automatic Train Protection systems, Control Centres and Rolli...

Stadler Signalling AG

STADLER Anti Collision System

Stadler’s Anti Collision systemensures an improved safety in travel with high quality object detection implemented by fusion of objects detected from 3 different sensors (Radar, Camera and Lidar).T...

Stadler Signalling AG


CBTC stands for Communication Based Train Control. CBTC systems are the most frequently chosen systems in the world for use on metro trains. They allow metro trains to be automated and even operate...

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  • CH-3011 Bern

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