I catch problems that others miss
- Are you reviewing a CBTC Supplier's design and are overwhelmed by its complexity?
- Are you deploying a CBTC solution and are facing field integration challenges?
- Are you defining your transit property's CBTC specification and are unclear which function to give priority to?
If your answer is yes to any of these questions, then I can help.
3 step process
Step 1: Write the Specification
When it comes to CBTC, one size does not fit all. Each railroad property is unique, and a CBTC configuration must be customized. My approach is to first understand your operational environment and tailor a CBTC solution that fits your needs.
Step 2: Challenge the Design
You received the CBTC supplier's design but does their proposed solution meet your needs? I speak the suppliers language and therefore I can cut through the noise and ensure their solution meets your specification. I'll review requirements, designs, create conceptual designs, define supplier interfaces and assist with the approval of the final safety certificate.
Step 3: deploy the solution
With two decades of experience deploying CBTC technologies in the field, I know where to focus to successfully integrate all field elements such as rolling stock, platform doors, switch/point machines, SCADA and passenger information system. I help bridge the gap between the various suppliers and ensure they are all on the same page.
Reviewing a CBTC Supplier's design & are overwhelmed by its complexity?
Deploying a CBTC Solution and facing field integration challenges?
Defining your transit property's CBTC specification and are unclear which function to give priority to?
Sometimes a quick discussion can solve the trickiest problem