OCS RAIL MONITORING
Groundbreaking OCS Rail Monitoring for Canadian Transit Agencies & Rail Operators
An advanced overhead catenary system (OCS) monitoring solution that saves transit agencies thousands of dollars compared to alternative solutions or system failures.
Overhead Contact System
Keep Your Overhead Contact System (OCS) In Check
Summit Infrastructure is proud to help Canadian transit agencies and rail operators improve OCS monitoring through our exclusive partnership with Incremental Solutions.
The service involves installing a non-invasive camera on top of trains without any modifications to the train systems or onboard wiring. AI technology then analyzes trends in the video and provides automated alerts on potential failures in the system before the system fails, saving you hundreds of thousands of dollars in repairs and downtime.
The technology operates 24/7, any time trains run on the line to regularly monitor and analyze data, including:
The system also tracks other factors influencing the wire in the catenary system, including:
Our OCS Monitoring Services
We provide all of the services you need to monitor your overhead catenary system effectively.
Why Choose Summit Infrastructure?
Although there are other companies that offer OCS monitoring to the Canadian transit industry, they use load sensors that are attached to the train to measure the force on the wires. These sensors are significantly more expensive than the Incremental Solutions technology that we use at Summit Infrastructure.
The Incremental Solutions AI technology has been proven in the UK and tested with transit agencies in Canada so you can feel confident choosing this cost-efficient solution to monitor your infrastructure.
OCS REMOTE CONDITION MONITORING
Serving Transit Agencies Across Canada with OCS Monitoring
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I get a demonstration of the OCS monitoring technology?
Yes, our easy-to-install, non-invasive technology is available for immediate demonstration. Contact us today to set up a trial.
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