We continue to work remotely, deliver contracts and remain committed to supporting our customers.
In light of the COVID-19 situation, we would like to reassure our customers, suppliers and contacts that we are very much open for business and are committed to providing remote support, development and delivery in line with our various international commercial agreements.
While the current international global travel restrictions are in place, you can still reach the Comtest teams via email and mobile phone, and we continue to provide remote support and system delivery. Read more …
Francesco Motta, General Manager at Comtest Wireless Italy says:
“Quality is an important value for Comtest Wireless – we believe in developing and delivering quality products and services which in, turn help our customers to test and monitor the quality of the rail telecoms and ERTMS networks, on which they rely.
Comtest Wireless customers can be assured that both Comtest Wireless International srl in Italy and Comtest Wireless International Ltd are certified and aligned.
ISO 9001 is an internationally recognised mark of quality and we are proud to have gained this external accreditation, which supports our commitment to quality.”
Rail telecoms are the vital backbone for modern rail operations. Any interruption of service has a profound effect on passengers and rail operators alike, which is why Drive Tests are critical to ensuring continuous operations.
This 45 minute webinar aims to provide a good overview of what a radio, telecoms or signalling engineer needs to know about using Drive Tests in the rail environment.
It will be useful for anyone who is:
• responsible for rail telecoms
• new to Drive Test
• involved in implementing ETCS projects
• operating lines where trains depend on voice & data calls
• working in signalling & telecoms diagnostics
• managing rail telecoms assets
As teams change, working practices and procedures evolve and new standards are introduced, many of our customers request additional services or further training.
Here’s a short introduction to explain what we can offer.
Graham Leigh to present “Assessing and tackling the cyber security risks to the rail sector” at this year’s ERTMS & ETCS: The Future of Railway Signalling conference at 9.55 on Thursday 10th December.
Over the last few months, we have all had to get used to a different way of working.
For those at home, that includes becoming expert users of the various video conferencing platforms, so our work and projects can keep moving forward.
And for those who continue to go into work to help deliver essential services, life has also changed. Full access to equipment and facilities is not always not possible with current Covid-19 restrictions.
This white paper outlines different ways of supporting customers with resource challenges at this time – using remote and cost-effective drive test solutions.
A key deliverable for the Banedanmark Signalling Programme is the replacement of all signalling on the Danish railway network with ERTMS. Once fully implemented, Banedanmark expects an 80% decline in signal-related delays on main and regional lines in Denmark.
As part of this Programme, Banedanmark issued a tender in 2018 for the provision of a ‘Railway Diagnosis and Monitoring Tool’.
In January 2019, the contract was awarded to Comtest Wireless because they offered “the best relation between price and quality”. Read more