UniControls wins the 2016 EIA Prize for innovation
The Electrical and Electronic Association of the Czech Republic annually announces its EIA Prize for Innovation, the purpose of which is to award creative endeavour that demonstrates the greatest achievements in research and development in terms of advancement and innovative products. This year we entered our UNITRACK PIREDI product in the competition – an integrated information, reservation and diagnostics system suitable for all types of passenger transport - from urban to remote connections. We won in the category of Electronics and ICT! The awards ceremony took place at the Annual General Meeting of the Electrical and Electronic Association of the Czech Republic on 12 May, in Lednice.
Successful presentation of UniControls at InnoTrans
At InnoTrans 2016 (Berlin, 20 – 23 September 2016), the leading international trade fair for transport technology, innovative components, vehicles, and systems, UniControls presented its new Ethernet-based train control and monitoring system with SIL 2 safety integrity level features, multimedia, telematic and camera system, as well as a futuristic concept of a windowless train. An electronic speedometer and LED lights from UniControls-Tramex were also on display. At the prestigious event we also celebrated 25 years since the establishment of our company and signed an important new contract with a Georgian repair works for the delivery of the train control and monitoring system, passenger information system, and camera system for renovated metro vehicles for Tbilisi, the capital city of Georgia.
UniControls to deliver 23 trainsets to China before yearend
UniControls, the provider of managing and electronic systems for railroad transport and industry management, has entered into an agreement for the delivery of 23 trainsets with Japanese firm Toyo Denki Seizo. The superior management systems are designed for metro trains in Chinese city of Chengdu. UniControls’ board of directors chairman and general director Antonín Felber says that all 23 trainsets should be delivered by the end of 2016.