For greater reliability and security of systems
Efacec is once again selected by Infraestruturas de Portugal, S.A. (IP) to design and implement the Telematics solutions to be applied in the Modernisation of the Oeste Line – Meleças – Caldas da Rainha Section, which will contribute to greater reliability and safety of the railway system, as well as to a higher quality of service provided to the population.
In the amount of €3.35 million, the new design and construction contract will strengthen the capacity and efficiency of the rail transport service by improving availability levels and reducing journey times.
The project, which is already underway, includes two electrification contracts for the Meleças – Caldas da Rainha section, over a length of about 85km, the development and implementation of signalling systems and the construction of an electric traction substation in Runa, also awarded to Efacec.
The Telematics systems object of the contract includes, among others, the power supply systems, the data network to support the operation, the telephone network for operation, the time synchronisation, the technical supervision system of the infrastructures and the physical transmission network.
“Efacec is pleased to once again be preferred by Infraestruturas de Portugal, S.A. (IP), reinforcing its participation in the modernisation of the Oeste line. A project that reinforces a portfolio developed for Infraestruturas de Portugal, which extends over more than 50 years and reflects the trust placed in Efacec technology and the execution capacity of its teams” says Ângelo Ramalho, Chairman and CEO of Efacec.
The mobility sector is one of Efacec’s main areas of activity and the supply of technological solutions for metro-rail projects has been developed together with important international players and in several markets, with a special focus on Northern Europe.
Currently, the company is participating in the construction of the Sydavnen Line of the Copenhagen Metro (Denmark), the renovation of the Dublin Metro Command Centre (Ireland), the extension of the Yellow Line and the new Circular Line of the Porto Metro (Portugal), as well as the design, construction, and maintenance of the Mondego Mobility System (Portugal).