The complete PRESS KIT of ACTIA at INNOTRANS 2022.
#1-The ACTIA group consolidates its reputation on the on-board railway equipment market
The ACTIA group provides major players in the rail industry with passenger information, video surveillance and announcement systems for trackside safety. Between technological requirements, passenger experience, digitization of transport, and safety, ACTIA is today establishing itself as a major player in this very competitive market of on-board railway equipment.
#2-ACTIA’s PI and video protection systems equip the new metros of Paris
The very first 5-car MP14 metro train is now starting to be tested on line 11. For the record, the MP14 metro is the new Parisian rolling stock, the first of which were put into circulation on 12 October 2020 on line 14, with 8 cars. Thus, this metro is the longest in the Parisian network.
ACTIA, which is actively involved in the MP14 project, proudly welcomes this event. The group will ensure the supply of the comprehensive video protection system and the dynamic passenger information solution, under IP (Internet Protocol) on-board network.
#3-ACTIA’s new Portable Radio Warning Device (DAPR) goes the distance
The first real-life applications of ACTIA’s new long-distance Portable Radio Warning Device (DAPR) are conclusive. The system is being deployed on several large-scale railway renovation worksites by FVF and SAGES-RAIL, TSO subsidiaries of the NGE Group, which provides trackside safety for the SNCF railway network.
ACTIA’s SAFeasy 200 DAPR system is one of the first on the market to cover very long distances: over 1 km. It is reliable and easy to install, making it possible to reconcile the objective of staff safety with continuity of service, as staff work adjacent to an in-service railway track.
#4-ACTIA wins two major contracts in South America and strengthens its position on the international rail market.
The ACTIA Group, expert in video surveillance and passenger information solutions, has been chosen by the manufacturer ALSTOM to equip: new trains of two lines for São Paulo Metropolitan Train System in Brazil, as well as the trains for the future Train Maya network, an intercity network under construction in Mexico crossing the Yucatán Peninsula.
With these new contracts outside Europe, ACTIA continues its global dynamism and is undoubtedly positioning itself as a major player in sustainable, scalable, innovative mobility, fully adapted to the needs of local public transport networks.