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Frauscher´s sensor technology

Frauscher´s sensor technology

Frauscher employs over 200 people worldwide and has successfully implemented its products in over 70 countries. The company was founded by Josef Frauscher in 1987.

Frauscher Sensortechnik GmbH is a significant entity in the field of inductive sensor technology, Wheel Detection and Axle Counting systems. The company was founded by Josef Frauscher in 1987, employs over 200 people worldwide and has successfully implemented products in over 70 countries.

Frauscher Sensor Technology India Pvt Ltd: An acclaimed name in Wheel Sensor technology, Frauscher India, a subsidiary of Frauscher Sensortechnik GmbH Austria, was established in July 2013 in Bangalore, to strengthen its foothold in India and to support South East Asia markets. Frauscher India is certified for ISO 9001:2008 QMS, and is RDSO approved for Frauscher ACS2000 Axle Counting System.

In 2014, Frauscher India built a manufacturing facility located in Mysore, Karnataka, to facilitate localisation and indigenisation of components. The facility makes products that suit Indian market requirements. In future, the facility will handle production and quality assurance for all ACS2000 components approved in India, as well as a range of products and components specifically developed for the Indian and Asian markets.

Frauscher did a trial of the product FAdC Axle Counting System in KTMB network, Malaysia. Based on the trial performance, KTMB has now issued Type Approval and approved FAdC to be used in their network. Frauscher RSR180 wheel sensors are successfully working in the tropical and lightning prone Malaysian environment for more than a decade.

Frauscher´s participation at IRSE convention 2015, Delhi: Frauscher exhibited state-of-the-art products for Rail Wheel Detection. Products included Frauscher Wheel sensors RSR110, RSR 180, Frauscher Advanced Counter- FAdC, ACS2000 and Frauscher Block System- FBS.

Frauscher Sensor Technology India

Delhi Metro Line 8:
Frauscher India is supporting Nippon Signal in a CBTC system as a fall-back arrangement. Axle Counters are used as track vacancy detection system to locate the train in case of failure of primary radio communication.The contract awarded to the company comprises 300 track sections and about 312 counting heads.

Kochi Metro through Alstom, Kochi, Kerala:
Kochi Metro is a major rapid transit system project in India of 25.65 km metro line from Aluva to Petta including 22 stations. Alstom Transportation India Limited has chosen Frauscher India as a partner for supply of ACS2000 Axle Counting System for this project.

Navi Mumbai Metro Line 1:
The project covers a total of 11.10 km from Belapur to Pendhar. Overall 156 detection points and five stations plus a depot are equipped by Frauscher Advanced Counter with parallel interface (but without relays) to interlocking. Ansaldo STS, the consortium member awarded the Axle Counter Scope to Frauscher including Installation, Testing and Commissioning. Frauscher India will also train Ansaldo/CIDCO engineers on design, installation, testing and commissioning of FAdC.

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