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V/Line- Victoria Australia

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End user: V/Line
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Period: 2015 to —
Description: V/Line manage the regional train network in Victoria and use Brodersen RTU8 controllers to monitor railway level crossing systems.  The RTUs provide status monitoring and data logging functionality and communicate using MODBUS protocol.

Brookfield Rail – western Australia

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End user: Brookfield Rail
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Period: 2014 to —
Description: Brookfield Rail manage regional rail networks in Western Australia and have more than 1,000 Brodersen RTU8 controllers deployed in level crossing applications.  Since late 2014 new sites and upgrades of existing sites have used the later generation RTU32S (has the same ‘footprint’ as the RTU8).  The RTUs provide status monitoring and data logging functionality and communicate using MODBUS protocol.

407 ETR – Canada

Project Name: Ontario Highway 407
End user: Canadian Tolling Company Int.
Consultant: ETR 407
Contractor:
Period: 2013 to 2014
Description: Substation automation surveillance of Voltage, Temperature, Amp, Aircon, Battery temp/Voltage, Backup generator Protocol used in the project was SNMP. HMI was created in the worksuite for control of each substation. +100 RTU32 with I/O modules used in the project.

Norwegian National Rail – Norway

Project Name: Jarlsberg Tunnel Norway
End user: Norwegian National Rail
Consultant: Aventi Technology
Contractor: Aventi Technology
Period: 2011 to 2012
Description: Safety levels in the Jarlsberg tunnel on the Norwegian Vestfold line are high. A redundant system based on an architecture using tried and tested products is used to manage and monitor the electricity supply and safety functions in the 1750 meters long tunnel. Fan control, high-voltage power (24 kV) and low-voltage circuits for signals are managed in separate networks. The redundant network rings support two-way communication, which makes them fail-safe. The IP-based data transfer to and from the overall system uses the standard IEC60870-5-104 protocol, with redundant RTUs.

Banedanmark – Denmark

Project Name: Traffic Management Systems
End user: Banedanmark, Danish Rail Authority
Consultant: N/A
Contractor: Cactus UniView/Bravida
Period: 2010 –
Description: It has been decided to modernize the remote operation central in Aalborg since the system today used to monitor and control the railroad line between Aalborg and Frederikshavn is worn down. As part of the modernization Brodersen’s standard RTU is to remotely monitor the rail network and a majority of the signals in the coming years. This is done by means of the IEC60870 protocol. For many years the rail traffic has been controlled from an old-fashioned control desk. The new solution, on the other hand, is pc-based.

Brodersen has been chosen due to our very flexible platform and ability to make specific interface solutions, ensuring that these solutions are able to work together with the existing proprietary systems.


Copenhagen Airport – Denmark

Project Name: Copenhagen Airport
End user: Copenhagen Airport
Consultant: DSE Airport Solutions A/S
Contractor: N/A
Period: 2005 to date
Description: Mission critical control system, landing light and runway control system. 65 RTU32s with more than 5,000 I/Os in one network. PC-based RTUs with redundant network on optical fiber and event driven TCP communication.

Regional Airports – Denmark

Project Name: Regional Airports
End user: Regional Airports
Consultant: DSE Airport Solutions A/S
Contractor: N/A
Period: 2008 to date
Description: Mission critical control systems, landing light, runway control system and ILS (Instrument Landing Systems). 25 RTU32s in dual network. Fast communication via event driven TCP (Dual-binding).

Frankfurt Airport – Germany

Project Name: Frankfurt Airport
End user: Frankfurt Airport
Consultant: N/A
Contractor: N/A
Period: 1995 to 1998, 2003 (update)
Description: Airport parking system, 150 RTUs (4,000 I/Os). 1 * 2 zenon servers in redundant configuration, 2 zenon clients.

Shannon Airport – Ireland

Project Name: Shannon Airport
End user: Shannon Airport
Consultant: IIC
Contractor: N/A
Period: 2000
Description: Supply and installation of an airport landing lights control system based on the Bitbus modules with dual redundant optical fibre network.

Longwater Systems – UK

Project Name: Airport
End user: Unknown
Consultant: Longwater Systems
Contractor: N/A
Period: 2006 to date
Description: Longwater Systems provides products and services for airports and aviation authorities, including remote control of radar equipment, transponders and high power transmitters. Brodersen’s Cable Master systems are being used for remote control and monitoring of navigation equipment.

Signalbau Huber – Germany

Project Name: Traffic Applications
End user: Different City Authorities in Europe
Consultant: N/A
Contractor: Signalbau Huber
Period: Ongoing
Description: Traffic control and systems for cities and sport arenas. Special communication drivers for OCIT, TLS and SSI Communication. Drivers for various displays, panels and traffic light controllers.

GPRS Traffic Monitoring – Denmark

Project Name: Traffic Monitoring System Using GPRS, Highway 3
End user: Danish Road Authority
Consultant: N/A
Contractor: Olsen Engineering
Period: 2005
Description: Brodersen’s GPRS Communicator is used to monitor traffic flows and congestion. Brodersen’s GPRS Communicator is used as a gateway, offering wireless communication between the remote monitoring points and the central control office. Each of the 13 monitoring points along the main ring road is fitted with cameras, which count the traffic, and a UCM-97. The camera takes a picture of the number plate and pushes the data with a time stamp through to the central control room.

Nurnberg Cityring – Germany

Project Name: Nurnberg Cityring
End user: Nurnberg Cityring
Consultant: N/A
Contractor: ABB
Period: 2001 to 2003
Description: Traffic control system in urban/city area of Nurnberg. 1,800 RTUs in a segmented network, special ABB hardware module.

Athens Municipal – Greece

Project Name: Athens Municipal Traffic Control
End user: Athens Municipal
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Contractor: Signalbau Huber
Period: 2002
Description: Traffic alarm system, 100 RTUs, 1 zenon server, 4 zenon clients

Yeltech – UK

Project Name: Railway
End user: Network Rail
Consultant: Yeltech
Contractor:
Period: 2005
Description: Knowledge of the rail temperature is a must for safe operation of a modern railway. Brodersen’s solar powered RTU and GPRS Communicator are used to monitor the railway temperature and send the temperature and battery condition hourly to the zenon SCADA system. SMS alarm messages are sent to all recipients configured in the system from the SCADA system to preserve the RTU battery.

Bramschtunnel – Dresden, Germany

Project Name: Bramschtunnel
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Consultant:
Contractor:
Period: 2002
Description: Brodersen has installed 30 RTUs (2 redundant controllers inclusive) and 2 zenon systems with special drivers for traffic systems in the 2 km inner city tunnel. The system monitors and controls (via traffic panels) various events such as number of cars, speed, smoke/fire, accidents and closing down of lanes.

Nollinger Berg Tunnel – Germany/Switzerland

Project Name: Nollinger Berg Tunnel
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Period: 2005
Description: The 1.3 km car tunnel is monitored and controlled by Brodersen RTUs. The system includes a remote master and Bitbus modules as well as 8 traffic panels. The system monitors and controls (via traffic panels) various events such as number of cars, speed, smoke/fire, accidents and closing down of lanes.

Eurotunnel – UK & France

Project Name: Eurotunnel
End user:
Consultant:
Contractor: Yardene
Period: 2000 to 2002
Description: Over 50 Brodersen RTUs are installed in the Eurotunnel. The critical rail monitoring units automatically monitor the rail temperature to control the heating of the tracks. Rail temperature needs to be monitored continuously in the summer as unusually high temperatures can cause the rail to buckle and derail the trains.

Copenhagen Airport – Denmark

Project Name: Copenhagen Airport
End user: Copenhagen Airport
Consultant: DSE Test Solutions A/S
Contractor: N/A
Period: 2005 to date
Description: Mission critical control system, landing light and runway control system. 65 RTU32s with more than 5,000 I/Os in one network. PC-based RTUs with redundant network on optical fiber and event driven TCP communication.

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