With 60 production and engineering sites in 28 countries, Bombardier Transportation is a global leader in the rail industry. We cover the full spectrum of rail solutions, ranging from complete trains to sub-systems, maintenance services, system integration and signalling. Our installed base of rolling stock exceeds 100,000 rail cars and locomotives worldwide. Our 37,000 employees continue a proud tradition of delivering ingenious rail transportation solutions, including: rail vehicles, propulsion and control, bogies, services, transportation systems and rail control solutions.
The Mobility Division (Berlin, Germany) of Siemens is the internationally leading provider of transportation and logistics solutions. With "Complete mobility", the Division is focused on networking the various modes of transportation in order to ensure the efficient and environmentally compatible transport of people and goods. "Complete mobility" targets the goal of sustainability and combines the company's competence in operations control systems for railways and traffic control systems for roadways together with solutions for airport and postal logistics, railway electrification, rolling stock for mass transit, regional and mainline services, as well as turnkey systems and forward-looking service concepts. With around 25,000 employees worldwide Siemens Mobility posted sales of EUR6.5 billion in fiscal year 2010 (ended September 30). www.siemens.com/mobility
At the Business Unit Rail Automation (Berlin, Germany) round about 6,000 staff members worldwide are engaged in the development and production of equipment, systems and installations for safe and efficient operations management of mass transit and mainline rail transport. The rail automation portfolio ranges from operations control system, diagnostic and service systems, remote control systems, rail communication systems as well as electronic interlockings and automatic train control systems to signals, switch operating systems, track vacancy detection systems, grade-crossing protection as well as locating equipment. Furthermore the Business Unit offers complete solutions from consulting and planning to supply, commissioning and service, enabling us to provide convincing rail systems for operators all over the world within the shortest space of time. All solutions are optimally tailored to customer requirements.
SYSTRA Group was established in 1957 to export French engineering experience overseas. Today we have 6,100 engineers and transport planners, based in 80 countries across the globe. In the UK and Ireland we have over 400 employees.
We are jointly owned by two major French public transport operators, RATP and SNCF. We believe this provides a unique wealth of experience to complement our engineering and transport planning expertise. Our goal is to create a world where mass transport is sustainable, accessible and value for money.
ClearSy specializes in safety critical systems for railway industry. From design to commissioning, ClearSy develops SIL0 to SIL4 certified systems, system and associated certificate. Our expertise includes data validation, system verification and safety demonstration. Also we developp and sell the B formal method that has the potential to disrupt safety critical system development. ClearSy proposes solutions to increase passenger flow and safety of the busiest lines, improve train operation safety, reduce costs incurred by safety system development and verify safety critical systems. ClearSy works on a lot of driverless metro applications (ATP), in partneship with industrials and end users.