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Whitepaper: Interlocking design automation – The business case

Posted: 17 August 2017 | | 2 comments

This document aims to help infrastructure vendors developing rail control systems to create a compelling business case for investing in a modern Interlocking Design Automation process…

A state of the art process based on formalised specifications and automation tools compared to traditional methods for developing signalling applications.

To be able to present a business case we compare traditional methods for developing signalling applications with a state of the art process based on formalised specifications and automation tools. Experience shows that using a modern Interlocking Design Automation process you will significantly reduce time to market, reduce life cycle costs to half, and greatly simplify the safety assessment process. Here you can find more information about IDeA and Prover’s implementation of this concept, Prover Trident.

This document will give you an introduction on how to go about developing the business case for this investment. To be able to finalise the business case for your organisation we recommend that you discuss your needs with one of our experts, who will guide you through the process and help you quantify the specific data in your use case.

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2 responses to “Whitepaper: Interlocking design automation – The business case”

  1. Hwang, Si Won says:

    It is very useful for me and my students in the classroom. If I find an article, may I copy it for students and a monthly magazine ?

    • Craig Waters says:

      Thanks for getting in touch. Global Railway Review’s content is submitted in line with our terms and conditions and we do not allow reproduction of our content without permission from Global Railway Review and/or the original author. Please get in touch with the Editor – Craig Waters – directly on [email protected] for more information.

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