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High Visit With CREAM At The InnoTrans 2010

Posted by Wii-Wii | Posted in General | Posted on 13-01-2015

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European Commission shows impressed by the technological developments of the EU project CREAM Hanover/Berlin September 23. The EU research project CREAM has revived the rail freight on the European corridor from the Benelux countries to Turkey. Above all the technological developments, 2010 currently presented at InnoTrans in Berlin, are a big step forward to develop new markets for rail freight. This was the General feedback of a delegation of the European Commission, which has visited the CREAM stand at the fair. CREAM is available services on a European rail-freight for customer-driven mega-corridor based on advanced business and operating models”. Since 2007 project partners working from business and research on solutions, to make rail-based transport quality better and more efficiently.

CREAM includes a transport corridor from the North Sea to the Bosphorus. The project is coordinated by the freight team of HCon together with KombiConsult. If you would like to know more then you should visit Mashable. In an official Presentation led the CREAM partner companies of the EU project manager Dr. Theodor hear Rahman (DG MOVE Directorate General for mobility and transport) before their new developments and explained their positive impact on the future of rail freight transport. A new software solution for the train monitoring which is available both for CT operators and railway undertakings is now been realised thanks to the EU project. The solution works with real time information from infrastructure companies or newly developed GPS devices. In addition other hardware components within the project were developed, such as for example an innovative semi-trailer for transporting flat glass, a dual power track locomotive and a simple and low-cost envelope technology, to load also non-cranable semi-trailers on standard pocket wagons. Following highlights on the Innotrans from September 21 to 24 on the CREAM stand in Hall 4.1/102 presented: NavMaster – intelligent GPS tracking for Locomotives and freight cars and RodoTAG Guterwagen mileage capture and transmit navigation solutions train monitor the integrated IT system for real time train monitor and train running analysis by HCon FLOATRAILER the first flat glass trailer of Eureka to be integrated fully in intermodal systems of production logistics ISU Futura by O’Connor unique envelope technology for non-cranable semi-trailers by rail cargo Austria and okombi the innovative hybrid locomotives concept from Voith Turbo Lokomotivtechnik more info: HCon Ingenieursgesellschaft mbH Lister Strasse 15 30163 Hannover Telephone: (05 11) 33 69 9-0,,.

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