GMV WORKS FOR THE MOST PRESTIGIOUS RAILWAY CLIENTS. ALL OUR SYSTEMS MEET THE MOST STRINGENT STANDARDS AND BOAST THE MOST DEMANDING CERTIFICATIONS
Planning railway service schedules and optimizing necessary resources (drivers, locomotives and wagons), doing so swiftly, efficiently and at the lowest possible cost, is now possible with gmv planner. This powerful system furnishes our clients with a whole host of particular railway parametrization options, meeting the requirements of major railway operators like Polish State Railways, which runs over 2000 trains and employs a total staff of 20,000 in its various operational divisions.
GMV’s inhouse railway fleet management system (SAE-R) is an all-in system allowing railway operators to run their trains and make decisions in real time. SAE-R has been taken up by national railway operators like Spain’s RENFE and Morocco’s ONCF plus other urban railway networks like Warsaw trams or Sydney’s light rail transit (LRT) system. Passengers are provided with bang up-to-date and spot-on train-service information through various channels (Web, mobile APPs and information panels).
GMV also offers stand-alone onboard systems that can be fitted inside trains independently or, alternatively, as part of a system. These onboard systems comprise video surveillance (DV-rec), public announcements and intercom (PA & Intercom) and passenger information systems (INFO-pass).
GMV’s range in this sector is rounded out with its in-station and onboard electronic fare-collection systems. GMV also develops all the necessary management applications for setting up a fare-charging system and designs all the equipment (ticket-vending and read-write machines, etc.) in keeping with the company’s trademark top-quality standards.
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