InnoTrans

Germany: Now online: Innovation Report of InnoTrans 2014 Presents the Innovations and Product Premieres of the Global Rail Industry

At InnoTrans 2014 the focus of trade visitors and the media will be on innovations and product premieres.

From Sept. 23-26 in Berlin more than 2,500 international exhibitors will be showcasing the state-of-the-art products and services of the global transport technology industry. Published by Messe Berlin, the Innovation Report highlights the selected rail technology innovations of individual exhibitors which are due to be displayed at InnoTrans. The first instalment of product descriptions, complete with images, is now available online.

Focus on world premieres

In the run-up to InnoTrans the Innovation Report will be updated at regular intervals and the full report will be available in print at the fair. The latest list of products and services includes 13 world premieres, i.e. exhibits which will be making their first appearance on the world stage at this year’s InnoTrans. For example, the Railway Technology segment will be featuring Aucotec AG’s new Engineering Base platform, which enables users to carry out all aspects of functional planning, defining the wiring either graphically or only in alphanumeric form.

In the Railway Infrastructure segment Stierli Bieger AG will be exhibiting a world premiere, the company’s newly developed 1200 HE horizontal rail bending and straightening machine with a working force of 120 tonnes. This universal press can be employed for general track works and by the rail manufacturing industry. In the Interiors segment F.S.P. GmbH will be exhibiting its SNACK-NAPKINS, which can be individually printed and can be used both as a serviette and as packaging for the food item. In the Public Transport segment NewTec GmbH will be showcasing the TRDP NTOnTrack test system as a world premiere. The Train Realtime Data Protocol (TRDP) is a uniform communication standard. The test system has been designed specifically for manufacturers, component suppliers and test facilities.

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