The drive to boost the use of public transit services and the growing need to transition to freight transportation by rail are pushing up overall demand for more frequent train services.
Inevitably, this makes the task of ensuring rail safety even more challenging. To guarantee safety both on the track itself and at level crossings, Zelisko supplies trackside signals and rail crossing safety systems that can be readily configured to customers’ individual needs and requirements.
Even before the turn of the millennium, Zelisko was already developing LED trackside signals and auxiliary indicators – one of the first companies anywhere in the world to do so. This put Zelisko at the forefront of the shift from conventional bulb technology to LEDs. More than 90,000 of these leading-edge Zelisko systems are currently in service around the world. Zelisko was also one of the first companies to supply SIL4-certified LED signals. The Signaling Systems portfolio also includes customized PLC remote-control systems and MMBC electromagnetic track brake controllers.
From 20.-23. September, the international trade fair for railway and transport technology "InnoTrans" will finally take place again in Berlin. Zelisko Signaling Systems will be there! Visit us at our booth and find out more about our systems for railway infrastructure.
Zelisko Signaling Systems was able to prevail in a tender and land a large order in Vienna, for which around 1250 LED signal heads will be delivered by mid-2023.
The interesting detail about this project is that the signal box changeover should take place during ongoing operations, so our light points must be compatible for both the "old" signal box and the new electronic signal box.