Zircon’s client had previously been given the responsibility of installing Platform Screen Doors (PSD) at 17 sites along one of the UK’s leading metro lines. At the time of the initial installation our client’s system was only required to accommodate a six-car long train, however provisions were made that would allow the system to accommodate […]
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 […]
Zircon’s client is a well-known presence in the railway signalling and control systems sector, and have been a part of numerous projects with the aim to improve the functionality of mainline and metro rail networks in countries all over the globe. […]
Our client is responsible for the operation and maintenance of London’s underground rail network. As part of a project to upgrade one of these underground lines our client was investigating the possibility of implementing an Automatic Train Regulation (ATR) facility, to be provided by a third party supplier. […]
Zircon’s client develops and maintains Rail Signalling control software. One of their products, a signalman’s workstation is used by a number of rail operators around the globe to control signals and points in order to direct trains to their destinations, whilst avoiding route collisions.
Zircon’s client is a household name in the railway signalling industry, and has developed a number of software packages that they continue to alter and improve over time. Additional functionality can be added through the development of additional software drivers. On this occasion our client’s engineers had developed two new drivers […]