SELLA CONTROLS awarded CIS replacement works by Great Western Railway

Stockport, United Kingdom – Systems integration specialist SELLA CONTROLS is pleased to announce the contract award by Great Western Railway (GWR) to install replacement Customer Information Systems (CIS) displays across 8 stations in the south west area.

With the ongoing requirement to enhance the customer experience across the network, the new displays will provide a modern front and provide passengers with new additional information.

The contract covers complete GRIP5 design including Listed Building Consent (LBC) to achieve Landlords Consent (LLC), structural calculations and installation of over 100 screens.

SELLA CONTROLS will be working with GWRs named suppliers to upgrade the network and install new display equipment to enhance each location. This consistent approach and great partner relationships will create efficiencies for a successful delivery of the scheme.

The CIS replacement project is part of GWRs & FirstGroup’s commitment to enhance the customer experience across the network.

Matt Watson, SELLA CONTROLS’ Sales Application Engineer for Rail commented. “The successful award of this contract is brilliant news for the business. This is a superb milestone achievement for our SISS development. We are pleased to be working with GWR to achieve great customer satisfaction.”

Paul Higgins, GWR Project Manager commented. “This is a high profile project for GWR and selecting the right delivery partner was critical and we look forward to working with SELLA CONTROLS.”

SELLA CONTROLS to replace Docklands Light Railway SCADA Solution

Stockport, United Kingdom – Systems integration specialist SELLA CONTROLS is pleased to announce the contract award by KeolisAmey Docklands (KAD), the franchise operator of the Docklands Light Railway (DLR), to replace the Traction Power SCADA System on the DLR.

With the impending procurement of new rolling stock and the long term enhancement and expansion plans for the network, the new solution will provide KAD and the DLR with a modern COTS based platform for their Traction Power Control.

The contract covers the complete design, engineering, build, installation and commissioning of a solution using SELLA CONTROLS’ Tracklink® SCADA product. Based on the latest Panorama E2 platform, the new system will be engineered to retain the functionality of the current system and to deliver an ease of migration for operators and minimise training activities.

The contract includes the supply of new Tracklink® SCADA server suites, main/remote operator and maintainer workstations plus the provision of a Network Management System for performance and fault analysis. Where practical, the system will also be enhanced to create ease of use for the operations team introducing asset specific user profiles to manage alarm conditions.

Chris Elliott, SELLA CONTROLS’ Business Development Manager for Rail commented. “The successful award of this contract is fantastic news for the business. This is a significant milestone for our Tracklink® product range. We are pleased that SELLA CONTROLS has been chosen by KAD to supply a modern COTS based solution for power control.”

Elliott added further. “With the impending expansion works planned by Transport for London for the DLR network, the implementation of this replacement solution will provide the necessary platform to KAD to enhance and expand its network of operations.”

Gavin Silvey, General Manager for KeolisAmey Docklands commented. “This is a high profile project for KAD and critical to the long term operations and resilience of the network. Selecting the right solution and delivery partner was critical and we look forward to working with SELLA CONTROLS on this project. We will adopt a ‘one team’ approach with my team from KAD but also our client DLRL and the team from SELLA CONTROLS.”

Raj Parmar, KAD Power Systems Manager added. “Where practical, the system will also be enhanced to create ease of use for our operational team introducing asset specific user profiles to manage alarm conditions.”

Once the new system has been delivered into operation SELLA CONTROLS will also continue to supply maintenance support services for the next five years.