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our services

Project support. Assistance with project identification, studies, design, procurement and evaluation, project monitoring, project completion, ex-post evaluations. Cooperation with recognized European experts.

Project coordination. Integration and coordination of work with international experts on international projects.

System management. Preparing a complete strategy for signalling system replacement, implementation and migration. Maintenance planning and strategy for all components of the signalling system.

Selection of proper system and architecture. It is important to select the correct system for the application in order to keep the investment costs and system lifecycle costs low. Each system must be adjusted for a specific railway environment, using the most of the systems capability and ensuring safety is not compromised.

Development of functional requirements. Each system needs to be adjusted to suit the operational and infrastructure needs of a specific railway. Bad requirements in a start of a project are one of the main reasons for project delays and cost overruns.

Design of optimal track layouts and route configuration. To ensure the optimal use of the available infrastructure, route engineering must carefully consider and balance the available layouts and operational constraints.

Testing and validation. Generating testing procedures and test cases against the functional requirements. Handling factory acceptance tests. Assistance with site acceptance tests.

Commissioning plans. New systems must be put in operation efficiently with little or no disturbance to the running traffic. Generating detailed plans for replacing equipment and migrating to new systems.

Requirements engineering. Capturing the requirements, translation into proper agreed notation, format and language.

Requirements analysis and traceability. Setting and specifying project boundaries and interfaces. Discovering conflicts between requirements. Traceability of requirements and impact analysis.

Formal notation and simulation. Modeling the requirements in a formal environment and creating a simulation to preview the system before it is built.

Requirements management and change control. Managing the requirements, implementing change control, creating baselines and documentation. Use of requirements management tools (IBM Rational DOORS).