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Rail Industry Remote Controls

Locomote is a special product line designed to meet specific safety needs for remote control of locomotives. It’s based on Remotus and has the same rugged design and high reliability.

Locomote Locomotive Controls

Switching freight cars in a shunting yard is risky, and misunderstandings can occur between switchers, shunting inspectors, and locomotive drivers. Remote control significantly increases safety because the same person driving the locomotive does the switching. One of Locomote’s unique functions is the tilt switch on the transmitter, which automatically stops the locomotive if the operator happens to stumble.

Locomote 90

Locomote 90 Locomotive Remote Control

Switching-yard personnel can operate driverless locomotives with Locomote 90, They can easily control the locomotive with a joystick on the Locomote transmitter, which is positioned on the front of their bodies in a comfortable carrier. Using Locomote, they start, run, and stop the locomotive and thus have total control of the train’s movements.

Locomote 100

Locomote 100 Locomotive Remote Control

Switching-yard personnel can operate driverless locomotives with Locomote 100. They can easily control the locomotive with a joystick on the Locomote transmitter, which is positioned on the front of their bodies in a comfortable carrier. Using Locomote, they start, run, and stop the locomotive and thus have total control of the train’s movements. Locomote 100 is approved according to the European standard EN 50239.

LocomoteTower Controls

Shunting Tower Control

Tower control can be compared to driving a model railway and places high demands on safety. The radio control occurs from a shunting tower with certain limitations on speed. From here, all the shunting of the trains is controlled from a computerized signal box. In the tower there is a fixed radio and manoeuvring equipment. All the parts can be easily replaced during service.