Landmark contract win for Synectics' European transport operation

Landmark contract win for Synectics' European transport operation

Synectics has announced an important contract win for its European transport operation, Indanet – a €1m plus project to upgrade and service a regional control room for a German train station operator.

The control room will be the first in Germany to be equipped with the latest evolution of Synectics' command and control platform, Synergy 3.

Munich-based Indanet will provide hardware and software to modernize the control room, having installed the initial facilities six years ago.

The control room includes six Synergy-3-powered workplaces with eight screens each, from which five staff monitor station cameras 24/7, as well as receiving alarm, emergency and service calls from train stations across the region of Northern Bavaria.

The build phase of the project will be delivered by April 2015, followed by a four-year service and maintenance contract.

Christoph Bergdolt, CEO of Indanet, said: “Deploying Synergy 3 for the first time here in Germany is a significant milestone for Indanet and an important reference project for our European customer base.”

John Shepherd, Chief Executive of Synectics, said: “The contract is an excellent example of the successful interplay of Synectics' global R&D with local market and sector expertise. Synergy 3 is a powerful command and control platform - a multi-tasking control room in a busy transport system is the perfect place to show its capabilities.”

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