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The AIRSCP Electric Train Concept won a design award

The AIRSCP Electric Train Concept won a design award
photo: AIRSCP/The AIRSCP electric train concept,
12 / 07 / 2021

The AIRSCP electric train concept, developed in the framework of the partnership between Transmashholding and the National Center for Industrial Design and Innovation 2050. LAB, was awarded the Red Dot Design Award in the design concept nomination.

The name of the AIRSCP electric train concept reflects one of the characteristics of the project - passenger wagons with maximum visibility. It is achieved through three conceptual solutions: panoramic roof glazing, an observation deck above the driver's cab, and large side windows. Maximum visibility allows passengers to turn a traditional trip into a pleasant journey. The creative approach in the design of new rolling stock is a consequence of the attention that TMH management pays to the problems of industrial design. One of the declared priority directions of the company is the development of "Brand DNA", which includes combining all the company's products with characteristic recognizable elements of appearance and interior appearance.

The red dot is awarded by the Design-Zentrum Nordrhein-Westfalen e.V. The award-winning works are on display at the Red Dot Museum in Essen, Germany, which today is one of the largest collections in the world of contemporary design.

TMH (Transmashholding) is number 1 among the producers of the railway and urban railway transport in Russia and the CIS and number 4 on the international market. The company offers a full range of products and services, from the design and development of new rolling stock to modernization, life cycle service contracts, and digital traffic control systems. TMH is a Russian company based in Moscow and with international offices in Switzerland, Hungary, South Africa, Egypt, Argentina, Belarus and Kazakhstan. The holding structure includes 15 production and assembly sites in Russia and other countries around the world, and the geography of work covers more than 30 countries.