Sweden had already submitted a plan for the digitalization of rail in 2017, and now its rail infrastructure owner is relying on COTS solutions for the modernization of level crossings. EFACEC, a market leader in the rail sector, turned to proven HIMA technology to design a new...
Railway infrastructure companies around the world face enormous cost pressures. At the same time, proprietary safety technology for interlockings, level crossings and signalling systems is frequently overdesigned, adding non-safety-related functions that increase costs. Lean...
HIMA has generated sales of €118.6 million in fiscal year 2015 compared with €121.3 million in 2014. Due to stronger internationalization and new simplified processes the company can continued to strengthen its position in the international market.
HIMA was named the Best Process Safety Systems Provider at the Asian Manufacturing Awards 2016 held in Singapore.
HIMA has relaunched its Chinese operation in the form of a wholly foreign-owned enterprise. The new company is named HIMA (Shanghai) Industrial Automation Co., Ltd.
The full interview of our rail experts is now available on our website. Find out what the leading voices say about the future of the rail industry and what part HIMA and COTS solutions play.
The new central ERP solution replaces numerous stand-alone systems. By providing comprehensive and integrated support for critical business processes, the software will make them more efficient and more productive.
At the Centre for Advanced Laser Application (CALA) on the Munich Research Campus of Ludwig Maximillian University (LMU), researchers will develop laser-based technologies to help improve the cure rate of cancer patients. CALA will rely on a central control solution from HIMA.
The HIMax and HIMatrix commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) controllers are the modular, scalable core of the interlocking system of the Austrian narrow gauge railway with a rich tradition.
HIMA's HICore chip was the basis of safe control technology we created for a driverless transport system developed for a research project at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). The consortium of the KARIS PRO research project was recognized by the state of...
Effective April 1, Dr. Alexander Horch became new Head of Development at HIMA Paul Hildebrandt GmbH. In addition to aligning the development organization with customer and market requirements, Dr. Horch will help HIMA continue to consistently develop its safety automation...