UniControls Displays in Dragon Locomotives
In 2013, UniControls supplied altogether 34 displays in the DISPL-1/L variant to the Poland-based company INTECO S.A., a member of the Newag Group. The displays are intended for the assembly of a two-display driver’s cab system in the electric locomotive of the E6ACT type known as DRAGON and they are operated as the Central Command Display (CCD) and Train Diagnostic Display (TDD). On the customer’s request they are equipped with analogue video inputs to display analogue video signals. The application, including a graphic interface, has been created independently by the customer with the use of the IDE UniCAP tool, with technical support by UniControls.
Successful IRIS and ISO re-audit
UniControls has successfully completed the three-year cycle of the IRIS and ISO supervisory audits. Compared to the last audit we achieved an increase by almost 50 points, resulting in the total rating of 72.18%. This result puts the company among the top class in the field. On behalf of the company management and also the certification authority (Lloyds Register Quality Assurance) we would hereby like to congratulate to all involved and thank for the great work. We believe that the results will be a good motivation for everyone to strive for further improvement.
VÚŽ Certificate according to EN 50463-2
In June 2014, UniControls managed to obtain the VÚŽ (Railway Research Institute) Certificate according to EN 50463-2 for the ELM-901 electricity meter, which is a part of the ELM-1XX and ELM 2XX devices.
UniControls participated in InnoTrans 2014 trade fair
On 23 – 26 September 2014 our company participated in the 10th anniversary edition of InnoTrans. This successful trade fair attracted 2700 exhibitors from more than 50 countries worldwide.
UniControls here presented its product, mainly of UNITRACK series – TCMSe system (Train Control and Monitoring System), PIREDI (Passenger Information, Reservation and Diagnostic System) and PAS (Public Address System), as well as certified Energy Meters ELM 102, ELM 201 and last but not least UniSmartLINE (Comprehensive Control of urban and suburban rail traffic). The total range of our systems and devices were presented on interactive touch screen.
All visitors of our stand, we want to thank you for your visit and interest in our products and we look forward to see you again at InnoTrans 2016!
Photos of our stand are available below:
UniControls won the National Champion title at the European Business Awards
UniControls have entered the prestigious European Business Awards and within the first round it was awarded as the National Champion representing the Czech Republic in the Business of the Year category for companies with turnover of €0-25m. We thus qualified for the next round, along with the best 709 National Champions selected from 33 European countries.
The next round will consist of the evaluation of the company video presentation – the jury will choose the most successful one from each represented country and the selected companies will receive the Ruban d'Honneur award. Results of this round will be announced on 10 February 2015. In the final round the contestants will be asked to deliver a presentation of the company in person in front of the final jury which will select the overall winner. The final results will be announced in May 2015.
You can find the list of the selected National Champions at: http://www.businessawardseurope.com/national-champion
UniControls organised a seminar on Innovative Technologies of Railway Traffic Control
As part of the beginning cooperation between UniControls and Russian Railways, a seminar on Innovative Technologies of Railway Traffic Control was held on 1 October 2014 at this year's International Engineering Fair in Brno. The event was organised by our company in cooperation with NIIAS, a subsidiary of Russian Railways. The attendees included representatives of the Embassy of the Russian Federation in Prague, representatives of Russian companies operating within the Russian Railways, representatives of Oltis Group a.s., the Technology Agency of the Czech Republic, the Association of Innovative Entrepreneurship CR, and others.
The individual contributions were presented in turn by Russian and Czech side, and based on the favourable reviews the audience left the seminar with a very positive impression.
We hope that this was not a one-time event and that the mutual exchange of information between the parties will continue to develop in the future, which will certainly help to refine the objectives and strategy of this promising cooperation focused on development and implementation of the latest technologies of railway traffic control. We believe that there will be many more similar meetings in the future to the joint benefit of both parties involved.