14 companies from five EU countries participated in ERSAT GGC, an ambitious European project financed by the European Global Navigation Satellite Systems Agency (GSA) that will allow the implementation of satellite technology in the European Rail Traffic Management System (ERTMS) through virtual balises.
For a number of years now, Ineco has had a professional corporate volunteer programme in collaboration with several NGOs from the Fundación Lealtad: employees put their technical knowledge at the disposal of charitable projects in developing countries in favor of those most in need.
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 Ministry of Public Works’ Innovation Plan represents a commitment to digitisation, energy efficiency and sustainability reflected in 70 specific initiatives that have undergone a period of public consultation. February 2018 will see the launch of a coordinated process to transform the Spanish transport system to provide a high degree of personalisation and efficiency spearheaded by new technologies.
The Innovation Plan for Transport and Infrastructure aims to achieve greater economic and social profitability of public and private investments in Spain, as well as …
This coming 20th April will see the 25th anniversary of the opening of the first high-speed line in Spain, the Madrid-Seville AVE. The date is a landmark in railway history, as it is the day a new system was implemented with advanced technology which enabled new standards of comfort, quality, journey times and safety to be reached that had until then been unthinkable.
Defining railway gauges is not only a crucial safety consideration; it also allows for interoperability in international traffic and can mean significant cost savings in infrastructure construction. Ineco carries out these complex calculations both for high-speed and for conventional lines, in national and international settings (Saudi Arabia and United Kingdom).