Himmelsbach installation

Automatic railwagon recognition pioneer Himmelsbach shows no signs of slowing down

A Himmelsbach wagon recognition installation in Germany Himmelsbach

German firm Himmelsbach is a pioneer of 25 years in the field of automatic identification, registration and inspection of railway cars. The company’s analysis systems have been deployed in a host of countries, ranging from Kazakhstan and European countries to Saudi Arabia. General manager Michael Himmelsbach spoke to RailTech.com about the company’s solutions.

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Author: Nick Augusteijn

Former Chief Editor of RailTech.com

1 comment op “Automatic railwagon recognition pioneer Himmelsbach shows no signs of slowing down”

bönström bönström|11.11.22|00:33

Like perfume: Good that it exists, a pity however, that it is needed.
(Current mantra, predictive, “optimal maintenance” – now is big business – at Industry, of railways… – but regrettably, by nature, suboptimal.)
Since ware owners have shifted strategy to “On Demand”, now all other modes, those handsomely rewarded, by willingly paying clients of transports, all prove: redundant, resilent and robust…
Accordingly, standards, now root of disturbing (broken rails, etc…) have to be outed!

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