We’re helping railway operators maximise availability of their rolling stock fleet and optimise our customers digital railway strategy.
Our wayside pantograph monitoring system helps railway infrastructure owners and Network Operators optimise maintenance schedules and maximise rolling stock fleet availability.
Our pantograph system is the Pantobot 3D and is the world’s first fully automated three-dimensional wayside pantograph inspection and monitoring system for rail monitoring. The rail monitoring and pantograph system allows operators to see the full picture of pantograph condition.
Deployed by rail operators across Europe, North America and Asia, Pantobot 3D uses advanced imaging and machine learning to assess pantograph condition – safely, in real-time and without the need to withdraw trains from service.
Flexible deployment options for the Pantograph system
Pantobot 3D can be flexibly deployed either in either wayside or overhead mounting frame (OMF) configuration – or a combination of the two – to suit railway operators’ requirements.
Eliminates safety risks to maintenance staff, with no need to manually access top of carriage/power car.
Fully automated pantograph inspection workflow provides consistent, highly precise monitoring data.
Protects service continuity, customer revenues and threats to operational reputation.
Automated, real-time wayside inspection maximises availability of rolling stock, with no need to take trains out of service.
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We are proud to have a global track record, successfully deploying our systems across Europe, North America and Asia to help deliver a safer, more efficient and more sustainable railway of the future.
Get in touch and discover more about the benefits of Pantobot 3D, the intelligent train monitoring solution that gives rail operators powerful insights into pantograph condition without taking trains out of service.