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LTG Infra announces radio communication major system upgrade. How much did the deal cost the company?

LTG Infra announces radio communication major system upgrade. How much did the deal cost the company?
photo: LTG/LTG Infra announces radio communication major system upgrade. How much did the deal cost the company?
20 / 06 / 2022

LTG Infra, the company managing Lithuania's public railway infrastructure network, has modernized its radio communication system for EUR 16 million excluding VAT and purchased technical support services for nine years. This GSM-R system is used for train traffic management in Lithuania.

"We follow technology trends and implement solutions to ensure smooth and safe passenger and freight transport, stability of railway infrastructure, and high quality of service. Moreover, this is an investment in the future, as the upgraded system, with its extension and adaptation, will be able to fully serve the needs of the future Rail Baltica," says Karolis Sankovski, CEO of LTG Infra.

According to Mr. Sankovski, the advanced system used for train traffic management in Lithuania will significantly reduce the company's IT costs.

The GSM-R standard cellular communication is a type of mobile communication designed for railways - the letter "R" in the standard's name indicates this. The system is designed to meet critical communication standards - to ensure reliable communication between the traffic control center and fast-moving trains.



The modern GSM-R system meets the very stringent reliability and availability requirements of a radio network, ensuring smooth and uninterrupted operation. Upgraded equipment will ensure more reliable operational communication and automated system management.

LTG Infra's GSM-R radio system ensures stable and uninterrupted operation with two network cores, 136 base stations, 200 fixed dispatch consoles, and around 600 GSM-R radios on locomotives and other self-propelled rolling stock.

The project was implemented by Kontron Transportation Austria AG and Kontron Transportation Sp. z o. o., which won an international public tender. consortium. The radio system modernization work took 15 months and the consortium will provide after-sales technical support services for a further nine years.

 

Source: LTG News Releases

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