D&T Srl - SH RAIL
KEY WORDS OF OUR ACTIVITIES:
Simulation, Simulator, Training, Interlocking, ACEI, A.C.E.I., Manteinance, Drivers, Handlers, Mantainers, Engineering, CBT, WBT, Electrification, Substations, Harmonics analisys, Crowd dynamics, Big data, Datawarehouse.
HOW WE CAN ADD VALUE TO YOU:
More than forty years of experience in development of software for railway engineering.
Italian leaders in the field of simulators for training of personnel of railways and local transport systems (train drivers, station masters, maintainers, handlers, bus and trolleybus drivers).
Integrated simulation, that is the possibility to jointly use our simulators in order to simulate the complete transportation network and to train at the same time all the professionals involved.
OUR CONTRIBUTION TO THE FOLLOWING INTERNATIONAL TECHNOLOGICAL CHALLENGES:
+ Energy efficiency
+ Rail Competitiveness
+ Urban Transport Efficiency
TRENORD (Region Lombardia Rail Operator), FERROVIENORD (Region Lombardia Infrastructure Manager), RFI (Italian National Infrastructure Manager), Municipality of Venice
Mr Sergio MIOR | Mr Massimo SPOSARO
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | email@example.com
Mob: +39 02 89500080 | +39 348 6979791
Engineering & Consultancy Simulation Software Devolopment
Studies on Electrification
Train Performance Calculation
Crowd Dynamics Simulation
Driver Training Simulators
SIMURAIL is a hardware and software solution for railway companies; it offers added value to training courses for train drivers with regard to: driving and operations on board the train; service missions. The train driving module allows drivers to: familiarise themselves with the equipment and diagnostic systems in the driver cab; familiarise themselves with signals on the line; learn to drive trains in different weather conditions and varying conditions of visibility and grip, including abnormal and emergency situations; familiarise themselves with the electrical and pneumatic system of the train. The module for service missions offers a number of functions, for example: teach how to drive a train on an existing railway line reproduced with a high degree of realism in three-dimensional CAD; handle communications between the driver and the station master or between the driver and the traffic controller; driving sessions aimed at ensuring maximum comfort for passengers; driving sessions aimed at saving energy and reducing emissions of CO2; driving sessions aimed at better use of the train and all its components: electrical, hydraulic and mechanical. SIMURAIL also reproduces the instrument panel and instructor's console. The instrument panel includes the real devices of the simulated train such as the gauges, indicators, lights, buttons, brake, clutch, CAB RADIO and SCMT (or ERTMS); a large screen that shows the front view of the driver; a stereo system for playing various noises; and a touch screen panel that simulates all the switches behind the driver. The instructor console enables full control of the simulation, including CCTV display of the trainee driver at the simulator and train-to-ground communications; in this way, the instructor can communicate with the trainee driving the train, simulating the station master or the traffic controller, and can also cause damage to the train and line signals. On the simulated line, the trainee driver can see other moving trains and, since SIMURAIL can be integrated with SIMACEI, take part in an integrated training session with other drivers and station masters. SIMURAIL offers sophisticated management of the entire train and signalling line, under normal and poor conditions; this allows the instructor to prepare infinite scenarios by simulating unusual or emergency situations. All this represents a particularly innovative aspect of the training system and helps to involve trainee drivers in situations that would be difficult to recreate in reality. Our systems are entirely based on Italian know-how and technology; SIMURAIL is part of the family of simulators developed by SHRAIL, a division of the D&T company in Milan.