With the implementation of the new regulatory framework, Empresa de Ferrocarriles del Estado de Chile (EFE) is now on par with the world’s major railway companies. Nearly 50 Ineco experts participated in the development of this modern railway standard.
Ineco has completed the Independent Safety Assessment (ISA) for the improvement of Line 1 and new Line 2 of the Panama City Metro, and the safety studies for the high-speed line between Makkah and Madinah in Saudi Arabia. The company has
extensive experience in Spain, which it has exported abroad for the first time.
The recreational and professional drone industry has grown exponentially in recent years and this has led to the implementation of new national regulations. As a result, the European Union is seeking to unify these regulations under the Single European Sky programme, SESAR. Ineco is participating in several projects to define the safety requirements that these unmanned aircraft must meet.
The Central Bioceanic Railway Corridor (CFBC) –a passenger and freight line that will cross South America– is a project aimed at boosting trade between Peru, Bolivia and Brazil. The Bioceanic Consulting Consortium, made up of the Spanish engineering companies Ineco and Incosa, has carried out a feasibility and financial viability study for the railway to better define its route between the Peruvian Pacific coast and Bolivia.
A feasibility study for a 772-kilometre high-speed line between Mumbai and Nagpur, the first phase of the Mumbai-Kolkata corridor, is the latest project that Ineco and Adif are carrying out for the Indian government. The study is part of the advisory services that Spain is providing to India in relation to its plan to develop an ambitious high-speed rail network (The Diamond Quadrilateral Project).