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A Canadian engineering company is seeking distribution services agreements or commercial agency agreements with partners in the railway industry that desire an alternative to traditional slide fence technology. This advanced technology uses algorithms to provide an instantaneous, automated distinction between falling rock and environmental noise. Parallel adaptive filtering ignores small non-threatening rock falls while maintaining 100% detection of hazardous rock fall events.
An engineering company with over 40 years experience with rock fall and hazard monitoring systems has developed a detection system to replace traditional slide fence technology, allowing railways to operate more efficiently. This advanced system relies upon acoustic signature recognition to determine if and when rocks or other hazardous debris fall onto the right of way.
The exact size and location of the hazard is determined in real time by utilizing highly sensitive seismic sensors together with a 24-bit data acquisition system. Once a valid event triggers the system this information is immediately sent as a digital warning signal to the railway operator. It is protected by a number of patents and patents pending in Canada, US, China, European Union, Australia and Hong Kong.
This Canadian company is interested in distribution services agreements or commercial agency agreements with companies that have contacts in the rail industry and would like to expand their product offering. Potential partners should also both technical and commercial knowledge of the rail industry. Countries of specific interest include: United States, Switzerland, Austria, Chile and Norway but they are willing to entertain interest from all regions.
This solution simplifies railway hazard detection and eliminates high maintenance costs and continuous false alarms generated from dated slide fence systems. The result is potential for increased productivity and reduced operation and production costs. In contrast to other products on the market, this technology is not vulnerable to vandalism and has the ability to rearm automatically.
This proprietary technology is protected by a number of patents and patents pending in Canada, US, China, European Union, Australia and Hong Kong.
The desired partner would have contacts in the rail industry as well as technical and commercial knowledge of the sector. Their role would be to present this technology to railway owners and operators for incorporation into their infrastructure