This year, Schweizer Electronic will be exhibiting at the Access Planning & Work Window Productivity Summit in London on 21st/22nd May 2013.

As train density increases on the major routes in Europe, strategies to provide track access without disruption to the timetable, and delivering more work in shorter possession windows is becoming more and more important.

‘Recently we’ve seen an increase in enquiries from infrastructure companies that either can’t get any track access for rail maintenance or struggle to complete works during short and intermittent possessions’ said Chris Foreman, UK Country Manager for Schweizer Electronic ‘as passenger and freight increases year on year, the timing of this summit couldn’t be better’.

Approved for use by Network Rail and other major European Rail Infrastructure companies, Schweizer Electronic’s products include Automatic Track Warning Systems (ATWS) and Lookout Operated Warning Systems (LOWS) which have been designed to provide safe access to running rail, facilitating productive rail maintenance and construction techniques.

The Schweizer Electronic Group is the leader in automated Track Warning Systems and Level Crossings serving Rail infrastructure companies across the world. As well as its headquarters in Switzerland, the Group also has offices in Germany, the Netherlands, the UK, Spain, Italy and Austria. All operating processes are governed and certified in accordance with ISO 9001 and CENELEC EN 50 126.

This year, Schweizer Electronic will be exhibiting at the Access Planning & Work Window Productivity Summit in London on 21st/22nd May 2013.

As train density increases on the major routes in Europe, strategies to provide track access without disruption to the timetable, and delivering more work in shorter possession windows is becoming more and more important.

‘Recently we’ve seen an increase in enquiries from infrastructure companies that either can’t get any track access for rail maintenance or struggle to complete works during short and intermittent possessions’ said Chris Foreman, UK Country Manager for Schweizer Electronic ‘as passenger and freight increases year on year, the timing of this summit couldn’t be better’.

Approved for use by Network Rail and other major European Rail Infrastructure companies, Schweizer Electronic’s products include Automatic Track Warning Systems (ATWS) and Lookout Operated Warning Systems (LOWS) which have been designed to provide safe access to running rail, facilitating productive rail maintenance and construction techniques.

The Schweizer Electronic Group is the leader in automated Track Warning Systems and Level Crossings serving Rail infrastructure companies across the world. As well as its headquarters in Switzerland, the Group also has offices in Germany, the Netherlands, the UK, Spain, Italy and Austria. All operating processes are governed and certified in accordance with ISO 9001 and CENELEC EN 50 126.