Our experts at Track Access have shared some key trends in the rail industry, that we’re looking forward to exploring and learning more about in 2020.
Track Access Portal provides safe and accurate online access to examine the rail environment and now supports 4K footage and playback capabilities. Track Access Services continue to work with GTR, supplying driver training with online footage made available on Track Access Portal. New 4K filming assists route familiarisation by providing high-quality footage, offering more detail when reading signs, signals and exploring the rail environment.
Track Access Services (TAS) have been working with Pennant PLC to develop virtual reality signal sighting.
Track Access Services (TAS) have been working with Network Rail to produce and deliver reality modelling for London Bridge and surrounding Thameslink stations.
Track Access Services (TAS) teamed up with Pennant PLC to showcase recent reality modelling samples, including Derby Station and London Bridge.
Watch a demonstration of TAS virtual reality modelling, optimised for wireless VR headsets.
Track Access Services are supporting rail development schemes with the latest laser scanning and digital modelling techniques, enabling the use of reality modelling throughout planning and construction.
Track Access Services have supported Network Rail with the current development of London Bridge station and surrounding infrastructure by producing digital driver training materials for route learning and familiarisation.
Track Access Services have been out filming in the South of England and Wales, capturing previously unfilmed routes on the UK rail network. Filming will continue throughout 2017, with complete UK coverage scheduled for the end of this year.
Software enabling Track Access Services to create complete and accurate 3D rail models for faster, safer, and more accurate signal sighting.
TAS News Blog
- London Bridge Station set to open in January
- Track Access and Pennant demo VR at Derby RIN Event
- Laser Survey and Modelling coverage in GeoConnexion