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To keep pace with the challenges of today's societies for safe and convenient mobility and climate protection at the same time, public transportation must be much more automated than it is today. Therefore, train control systems must be capable of supervising, operating and...
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HIMA, a global leader of safety related automation solutions, announces a global partnership with Mangan Software Solutions (MSS), a leading functional safety lifecycle management software provider. Powered by Mangan’s Safety Lifecycle Manager® (SLM®) software, HIMA is offering a...
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Founded a year ago, HIMA’s himalaya Innovation Lab is on course for expansion.
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During formalin production gaseous by-products are produced in addition to the desired main product formaldehyde. This gaseous by-product stream is an explosive mixture consisting mainly of hydrogen and nitrogen in addition to traces of organic compounds.
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Brad Ogilvie has been named the new Director of Global Accounts and Large Project Pursuit at HIMA Group. This appointment further reinforces one of the company’s core values of delivering superior safety-related automation solutions on a global base.
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The biggest Indonesian provider of railway applications and safety systems, PT Len Industri (Persero), and its subsidiary, PT Len Railway Systems (LRS), have successfully upgraded the signaling and telecommunication system across the Cikarang-Cikampek rail service, at West Java,...
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HIMA Paul Hildebrandt GmbH has appointed Kai Kron as Sales Director for Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
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HIMA Paul Hildebrandt GmbH presents the new PS 1000 WR 011 power supply unit.
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Around 1.4 million people reside in the Helsinki metropolitan area. On top of that, millions more visit the Finnish capital every year. Its two metro lines are the veins of the city, and commuters and tourists alike rely on them to get from A to B. The number of passengers in...
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In conceptual terms the TSB is designed for urban passenger transport over distances of one to 50 kilometres and is based on magnetic levitation train technology (or maglev: magnetic levitation, for short). In essence the TSB concept is a driverless, automated passenger transport...
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A new management team is to take over operational business of the company; the shareholders continue to be exclusively members of the Philipp family.
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