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Comtest Wireless achieves ISO 9001 quality management across the Group

ISO 9001 quality management across the Comtest Wireless Group

Comtest Wireless, independent experts in the field of GSM-R, rail telecoms and ERTMS network test and monitoring solutions, announce that both its trading companies’ quality management system are certified as meeting the ISO 9001: 2015 standards. Francesco Motta, General Manager at Comtest Wireless Italy says: “Quality is an important value for Comtest Wireless – we […]

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Upcoming webinar – using Drive Test to optimise rail telecoms performance

Thursday 18th March 10.30 am BST/ 11.30 am CET 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 […]

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ERTMS & ETCS: The Future of Railway Signalling

Graham Leigh to present at ERTMS conference 2020

With the increasing need for connected railway telecoms and signalling systems comes the potential for cyber attacks. Graham Leigh will be presenting “Assessing and tackling the cyber security risks to the rail sector” at this year’s  ERTMS & ETCS: The Future of Railway Signalling conference. The 2020 conference will be held online each morning over […]

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Comtest Wireless launches first security monitoring solution

Supporting cyber-attack detection Comtest Wireless has extended its range of world-class test and measurement solutions with its first-generation security monitoring installation, NetProbe Owl. Developed as a cyber sniffing tool for a range of pre-defined tests, NetProbe Owl is the first solution on the market to enable network engineers to detect security and disruption issues on […]

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Comtest Wireless ETCS L2 webinar with RFI

Webinar shares real-life ETCS L2 rail telecoms lessons from the front line

Our next webinar will take place on Thursday 8th October 9.30 -10.30 BST /10.30 -11.30 CET You’ll have the chance to learn real-life lessons from our guest speaker, Max Giachi, who is the Head of the NOC at RFI (Rete Ferroviaria Italiana), one of Europe’s leading rail infrastructure operators. With over 700km of ETCS L2 […]

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Upcoming Webinars

You are  to join our invited to join our upcoming webinars, where you can learn about our developments as well as how to make the most of the tools you already have.  How to test, measure & monitor rail telecoms network performance using unattended & automated tools  Wednesday 15th July 9.30 -10.30 BST /10.30 -11.30 CET  […]

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New white paper available

Options for Measuring Rail Telecoms Network Performance with Drive Test Systems Over the last few months, we have all had to get used to a different way of working. Full access to equipment and facilities is not always not possible with current Covid-19 restrictions. This means that many of us are having to find creative […]

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Banedanmark selects Comtest Wireless to provide Railway Diagnosis and Monitoring Tool

Is your testing affected by Covid-19 restrictions?

You may be able to use our unattended or automated tools to help At Comtest Wireless, we are supporting new and existing customers whose operations have been affected by Covid-19 restrictions. We’re  providing them with unattended and remote test and measurement services, as well as reporting solutions to enable them to continue their work. If […]

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UIC issues two FRMCS specifications

In spite of the coronavirus pandemic, the UIC is continuing its work on the development of the new standards. Today, it has released two important specifications related to the Future Railway Mobile Communication System (FRMCS), the successor of GSM-R. These relate to the requirements for the on-board equipment and its migration to FRMCS. Read more details […]

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