Our client provides rolling stock engineering solutions to rail networks across the world. They had recently signed a contract with Network Rail to supply a number of their rail grinding systems however, having never dealt with the European market, our client had very limited knowledge of the safety standards expected for equipment being used on […]
Zircon’s client had embarked on a major programme to ‘digitalise’ the MOT testing process. Computer terminals that would connect to our client’s central database had been introduced to MOT testing stations, so that information can be viewed by testers and test results can be sent directly back to our client. In a bid to improve […]
Our client had been invited to participate in a national deployment and implementation design study for Automatic Train Operation (ATO) systems. The organisers of the study had asked our client to demonstrate the successful integration of ATO with the European Train Control System (ETCS). […]
Zircon’s client is a provider of technology and network services for a wide number of the UK and Ireland’s largest operational systems, in industries that range from defence to rail and traffic. As part of their traffic solutions range our client were beginning the process of developing a new traffic light controller. MOVA is an […]
Zircon’s client has provided advisory and design consultancy services for companies in a wide variety of industry sectors, with particular expertise in transport, property, environmental and utilities. Our client was providing a consultancy service to the Highways Agency assisting them with the generation of reports detailing traffic officer performance against KPI’s (Key Performance Indicators).
Our client is a provider of bespoke, high level systems and safety engineering solutions for a wide variety of industrial sectors. Zircon were subcontracted to take part in a feasibility study for the client and another organisation to develop software that was capable of detecting and classifying a series of specified objects. […]
Zircon were awarded funding from the RSSB, who play a major role in improving and regulating the safety of the railway industry, to undertake a feasibility study as part of the Remote Condition Monitoring Challenge. RSSB had identified ten unresolved challenges that prevent the full implementation of remote condition monitoring on the railway.