Stadler offers economical and trend-setting solutions to ensure that passengers using urban and local rail transport arrive at their destination safely and on time. For customers who want to be able to count on reliability, precision and maximum safety.

ETCS train control system

Increasing demands in train transport are forcing operators to focus on specific strategic goals: increasing travel speed, ensuring interoperability, reusing existing infrastructure and achieving cost efficiency whist maintaining current safety levels. Stadler’s response has been to develop and deliver ETCS on-board solutions (European Train Control System), which are designed in cooperation with the technology company AngelStar. AngelStar is a joint venture between Stadler and the MERMEC Group. The partnership brings together complementary strengths and a clear commitment to customer-focused innovation. The powerful and proven ETCS on-board system GUARDIA is already being used successfully in projects in over twelve countries.

  • Proven SIL4 technology
  • Approved and in commercial operation in several European countries
  • Cost efficient, even for small series
  • Experience with retrofit projects on third-party vehicles

SIL 4 electronic interlocking system

Stadler’s freely scalable electronic interlocking system uses industry standard products and is ready for use in the shortest possible time. The interlocking system can be used for all railways that require a safety system. The generic system architecture enables tailor-made solutions to be planned and implemented with architecture from existing software and industry components. The consistent use of an IP-based system ensures a high degree of flexibility. This allows centralised and decentralised interlocking architectures to be realised that can easily be adapted to changing conditions. The hardware is modular and can be expanded as required.

  • Commercial off-the-shelf hardware
  • Useful life of at least 25 years
  • CENELEC SIL 4-approved system
  • High availability of the overall system
  • Simple exchange of all components
  • Minimal maintenance