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SETRAG Trusts Transurb Simulation for Freight Simulators

SETRAG, the operating company of the Trans-Gabon Railway, foresees a significant traffic increase on the 670 km-long track in the upcoming years. The Trans-Gabon Railway is almost entirely dedicated to the mineral freight transport from the port station Owendo, in Libreville, to Franceville. This projected growth calls for major investments in the renovation and optimisation of the line, but also in train drivers’ training. In this framework, SETRAG has chosen Transurb Simulation to provide it with a complete training solution.

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New Simulation Solutions for MÁV-START and KTI

With time comes always the need to refurbish equipment and to complete it with brand new technologies, in order to ensure quality and security. Transurb is very proud that MÁV-START, the passenger transport division of the Hungarian State Railways, has chosen to collaborate with us for this phase of renewal of their train driving simulators fleet.

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New Simulators of SBS Transit's Centre Unveiled

Transurb is proud to announce that SBST unveiled its automatic metro train driving simulators in December. SBS Transit is one of the public transport operators in Singapore and a wholly owned subsidiary of ComfortDelGro.

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Simulators Delivered in Australia

Mid-November Transurb delivered 24 ERTMS Nano+ Simulators to Transport for New South Wales (TfNSW), the statutory authority managing the transport services in New South Wales, Australia.

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Transurb Enters CMI Group

June 30 marked a turning point in Transurb’s history since 82% of the company has been acquired by Cockerill Maintenance & Ingénierie (CMI).

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Launch of TrainLab, our Interactive Tablet-Based Training Tool

Motivated by the will to offer decentralised training tools in tune with current technological development, Transurb has launched into the development of a cutting-edge application for tablets. This application called TrainLab aims to get train drivers and conductors familiarised with new rolling stocks. Norges Statsbaner (NSB), the Norwegian State Railways, will be the first operator to benefit from this brand-new tool, which can be adapted to numerous types of trains.

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