Our client was a leading infrastructure consultancy with particular expertise in the Highways & Transport industry sector. As a result of this experience, our client was contracted by the Highways Agency (now named Highways England) to manage the M25 sphere. […]
As a long trusted partner of the Highways Agency, Zircon’s client have helped to deliver a number of improvement projects on the major road network in England. One of these many improvement projects required the development of a web based solution that was capable of displaying regional traffic information in an easy to read format. […]
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). […]
Our client is a well-known provider of innovative and secure Point Of Sale (POS) systems. In order to support companies in possession of these systems our client offers a 24/7 helpdesk that utilised a database to track and manage maintenance of all the POS terminals currently in the field. […]
Zircon was approached by London Underground to help develop a monitoring system to allow them to assess the status of track circuits on the Victoria Line which would frequently fail without any warning, and lead to high levels of lost customer hours. […]
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.
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.