HICSE secured a contract for provision of TREsim for the Eurostar Support and Maintenance Depot built at Temple Mills
HICSE were invited to put forward proposals using TREsim to provide a realistic simulation of the proposed revised control for the London Bridge Area
HICSE were selected by Sydac to develop a signalling simulator as part of a driving, signalling and traffic management training facility
HICSE was engaged by Network Rail to produce a detailed TREsim micro simulation modelling tool of the planned rail infrastructure
Train Association Producer
TREsa, Hitachi’s automatic route setting (ARS) product, is installed at Wimbledon ASC on panels 1 and 2. One of its roles is to provide Automatic Code Insertion (ACI) functionality at Waterloo (Platforms 1-24) and Clapham (Platforms 1 and 2). In order for it to do this TREsa needs to associate trains in the timetable so that when a train arrives at a terminus with a specified head-code, it automatically inserts the next train head-code into the system. At a station like Waterloo, the busiest in the UK, this saves valuable time and has become something that the signallers rely on.