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Rail Crack, Ray Kırığı, Enekom, RailAcoustic
RailAcoustic

Already, the most commonly used rail crack sensing method is the use of track…

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Rail Crack, Ray Kırığı, Enekom, RailAcoustic
RailAcoustic NextGeneration

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Rail Crack, Ray Kırığı, Enekom, RailAcoustic
Railway Technologies

‘Railway Telephone System’, which is used by being located at certain frequency along the railway lines…

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Characteristics of RailAcoustic

Purely on Acoustic Principle
Reliable Under All Weather Conditions
Used With Continuously Welded or Insulated Rail Tracks
No Interference With Any Signalling Equipment
Easy For Installation And Dismantling
Early Detection - Reliable And Effective Result
Continues Monitoring - Remote & Automatic Operation
Self Learning and Adapting Algorithm For All Conditions

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Meetings in India

Rail Crack, Ray Kırığı, Enekom, RailAcoustic
Rail Crack, Ray Kırığı, Enekom, RailAcoustic

The ‘India Infrastructure Planning & Management Council’ and ‘IMR Media’ held a conference named ‘INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCEMENTS IN RAILWAY AND METRO TECHNOLOGIES (IC-TRAM 2017)’in New Delhi, between 6th and 7th of October 2017. The conference has been patronage by Vice President of India. H.E. Mr. M. Venkaiah Naldu and the Minister of Railways of India H.E. Mr. Piyush Goyal.

The meeting was attended by the Chairman and the Members of the Board of Directors of Indian Railways, as well as leading senior representatives from the sector both nationally and internationally. The main theme of the conference was ‘Advanced Technologies in Railways’.

News

  • Railway Pro – India to use RailAcoustic detection system for broken rails

    India has decided to use a detection system for broken rails made in Turkey. With this purpose, Enekom began cooperation with India’s Railtech Infraventure Pvt. Ltd. company. “RailAcoustic”, a system patented in Turkey, U.S., India, China, and Japan, can perceive a fracture or a crack on the rails. The system is not affected by external

    February 19, 2018
  • World Bulletin – India to use Turkish-made broken rail detection system

    RailAcoustic, developed by Turkish engineers in Ankara, will be tested on 50 kilometers (31 miles) rail line in India World Bulletin / News Desk India has decided to use a Turkish-made broken rail detection system to prevent accidents, a Turkish engineering company’s official said. Haluk Gokmen, general director of ENEKOM, said the company began cooperation

    February 19, 2018
  • AA – India to use Turkish-made broken rail detection system

    RailAcoustic, developed by Turkish engineers in Ankara, will be tested on 50 kilometers (31 miles) rail line in India By Goksel Yildirim ANKARA India has decided to use a Turkish-made broken rail detection system to prevent accidents, a Turkish engineering company’s official said. Haluk Gokmen, general director of ENEKOM, said the company began cooperation with

    February 19, 2018
  • Daily News – India to use Turkish-made broken rail detection system

      India has decided to use a Turkish-made broken rail detection system to prevent accidents, a Turkish engineering company’s official said. The company began cooperation with India’s Railtech Infraventure Pvt. Ltd. Company (Railtech), Haluk Gökmen, general director of ENEKOM, said. “India is a country that has one of the longest railways in the world. The lines are

    February 19, 2018