TTCI to implement RailComm DOCĀ® System for Track Warrant Control training

June 12, 2009 – Transportation Technology Center, Inc. (TTCI) in Pueblo, Colorado, is incorporating RailComm’s DOC® (Domain Operations Controller) Track Warrant Control system into its training program. The training system will include RailComm’s standard TWC capabilities, as well as an interface to Lockheed Martin’s positive train control (PTC) system called CBAS (Computer Based Authorization System).

The DOC® software-based control system is an advanced command, control, communications and information (C3i) server-based platform that supports a wide variety of integrated solutions for indication, control, access and distribution of critical operational data across the corporate enterprise.

For more information, contact RailComm, 1387 Fairport Road, Fairport, NY 14450. Phone: 585-377-3360.

About RailComm

RailComm provides Machine-to-Machine technology (M2M) solutions for freight railroad, passenger rail and industrial operations throughout North America. We integrate our intelligent embedded controllers with existing field-based appliances and communicate remote control/status information to central and/or distributed control platforms such as our DOC® (Domain Operations Controller) server-based platform, and our line of industrial indoor/outdoor control panels. RailComm's DOC® is a mission critical, server-based platform for Command, Control, Communication and Information (C3i) applications involving data acquisition, command/control decision logic, and complex communication networks. DOC® provides an extensible/scalable architecture to support a wide variety of customer specific industrial applications. RailComm control panels can be configured as stand-alone controllers or can be integrated with the DOC® system.

RailComm control systems are installed on every Class 1 railroads throughout North America, as well as dozens of Passenger Rail, Short Line and Regional railroads.

Contact Information

RailComm
Sean Gleeson
585-377-3360
sgleeson@railcomm.com