Freight transport

Freight Transport Germany

 

Deutsche Bahn AG

Duisburg Ruhrort-Hafen / Duisport

  • TMC-Stw (Tiefenbach Microcomputer points control system), incl. train entries and exits for freight traffic with a speed of 60 km/h max.
  • TMC-EOW (Tiefenbach Microcomputer locally operated points)
  • Adaptation train track points control system
  • Complete planning and realisation incl. cable underground engineering works, power supply 50Hz
  • Central operator workstation for the TMC-points control system
  • Central operator workstation for the TMC-locally operated points installation
  • Decentralised operation via route setting panels and further control units for the TMC-locally operated points installation
  • 106 points
  • 13 LS signals
  • 6 main signals
  • 11 advance signals
  • top – 29 trackside operation buttons
  • 35 route setting panels
  • 232 rail sensors
  • Köln-Deutzerfeld
  • TMC-RaStw (Tiefenbach Microcomputer depot points control system)
  • Central operator workstation for the TMC-depot points control system
  • Interface to the electronic points control system L90 Köln-Deutz
  • More than 100 points
  • More than 95 signals
  • More than 100 axle counting circuits

Köln-Gremberg North/South

  • TMC-ZBA (Tiefenbach Microcomputer high-performance train formation yard)
  • Complete planning and realisation incl. cable underground engineering works, structural engineering, power supply 50Hz
  • 31 sorting sidings
  • Route control system and tracking
  • Shunting facilities control system for 24 shunting units
  • Braking control system (retarder brakes, main retarders and compensation brakes)
  • Vo-Variation and radio-controlled hump locomotive
  • Vo-Monitoring
  • 660 rail sensors
  • 34 point machines

Hagen-Vorhalle

  • TMC-ZBA (Tiefenbach Microcomputer high-performance train formation yard)
  • Complete planning and realisation incl. cable underground engineering works, structural engineering, power supply 50Hz
  • 40 sidings
  • Route control system and tracking
  • Shunting facilities control system for 40 shunting units
  • Braking control system (retarder brakes, main retarders)
  • Vo-Variation and radio-controlled hump locomotive
  • Vo-Monitoring
  • 800 rail sensors
  • 41 point machines

Schwerte

  • TMC-EOW (Tiefenbach Microcomputer locally operated points)
  • Compact gravity hump yard
  • Adaptation peripheral points control systems
  • 1 route setting panel with memory
  • 36 points
  • 9 shunting signals
  • 9 axle counting circuits

Frankfurt/Main Suburban train workshop

  • TMC-RaStw (Tiefenbach Microcomputer depot points control system)
  • Central operator workstation for the TMC-depot points control system
  • 27 point machines
  • 49 rail sensors
  • 39 axle counting circuits
  • 33 light shunting signals (Sh0/Sh1)

Special features:

  • Location and identification of the vehicles are shown graphically on the screen of the central operator workstation
by means of a vehicle number reporting system.
  • Duplication of the screen view of the central operator workstation on 4 additional monitors (for allocation managing purposes)

Mühldorf am Inn

  • TMC-RaStw (Tiefenbach Microcomputer depot points control system)
  • Central operator workstation for the TMC-depot points control system
  • Decentralised operation via self-service control panels (SBT) and other control units
  • 4 self-service control panels with 3 control levels
  • More than 30 points
  • More than 45 shunting signals
  • More than 60 trackside operation buttons with 3 control levels
  • More than 50 rail sensors

Leipzig Airport, Air Freight Transhipment Station

  • TMC-RaStw (Tiefenbach Microcomputer depot points control system)
  • Central operator workstation for the TMC-depot points control system
  • Decentralised control via self-service control panels
  • 9 point machines
  • 20 rail sensors
  • 17 axle counting circuits
  • 17 shunting signals (Hp0/ Ra12)
  • 17 self-service control panels (SBT)

Special features:

  • Interface to the adjacent electronic points control system – A (type: L90 by Thales) for implementing a non-dark-test on both sides,
  • Technical signal dependence in relation to 2 track routings
  • Technical signal dependence in relation to key blocks

 

Häfen und Güterverkehr Köln AG

Köln-Godorf/Port

  • TMC-EOW (Tiefenbach Microcomputer locally operated points)
  • 1st construction stage commissioning 2004
  • 17 points (Tiefenbach locally operated points)
  • 3 route setting panels
  • 17 axle counting circuits
  • 69 rail sensors
  • 2nd construction stage
  • commissioning 2007 with:
  • 1 operator workstation
  • 1 allocation workstation
  • 29 points (EOW)
  • 1 scotch block (EOGS)
  • 14 shunting signals
  • 3 HS signals
  • 1 route setting panel
  • 14 control panels
  • 33 axle counting circuits
  • 53 rail sensors
  • 1 interface to the block section (self-block)
  • 1 interface to the railway crossing

Köln-Niehl

  • TMC-EOW (Tiefenbach Microcomputer locally operated points)
  • 25 points (EOW)
  • 1 scotch block (EOGS)
  • 60 axle counting circuits
  • 62 rail sensors
  • 1 route setting panel
  • Salzgitter AG

 

Salzgitter AG

VPS – Verkehrsbetrieb Peine Salzgitter
Optimisation of the operational process at Peine

  • TMC-EOW (Tiefenbach Microcomputer locally operated points)
  • Adaptation peripheral points control systems
  • Central operator workstation for the TMC-locally operated points installation
  • Decentralised operation via route setting panels and further control units for the TMC– locally operated points installation
  • More than 40 points
  • More than 30 signals, RA11 wait signals with Sh1 optics in an LED version
  • More than 65 trackside operation buttons
  • More than 170 rail sensors
  • Approx. 10 cabinets in the external area for control purposes
  • 3 route setting panels

 

Thyssenkrupp Steel AG, Duisburg

ThyssenKrupp Steel AG; E&H – Eisenbhan und Häfen

  • TMC-EOW (Tiefenbach Microcomputer locally operated points)
  • More than 350 points
  • More than 1200 axle counting circuits
  • LC plants

 


 

Freight Transport Europa

 

Belgium

Antwerpen / Waaslandhaven

  • TMC-RaStw (Tiefenbach Microcomputer depot points control system)
  • Operation of the TMC-RaSTw is effected via EBP – operator workstation by Siemens
  • 108 point machines
  • approx. 270 rail sensors
  • 171 axle counting circuits
  • 77 traffic light signals (for minor movement)
  • 71 home signals (for minor / major movement)

Special features:

  • Realisation of technical signal dependencies in relation to existing (17 off); track routings (2 off), key blocks (2 off) and to a lock.
  • Realisation of technical signal dependencies in relation to adjacent points control systems

 

 

Great Britain, Chiltern Railways

Wembley Depot

  • TMC-RaStw (Tiefenbach Microcomputer depot points control system)
  • Central operator workstation for the TMC-depot points control system
  • 8 points
  • 20 shunting signals in LED technology of build type Dorman (GB)
  • 11 axle counting circuits
  • 22 double wheel sensors
  • Interfaces to gate control and personal protection installations

 

Switzerland

Gotthard-Tunnel