Centralp, a French specialist in embedded systems, is supplying its K-Vision DMI (Driver Machine Interface) to the Spanish rolling stock manufacturer Talgo. It is intended for use in the new ECx for Deutsche Bahn AG (DB).
For more than two decades, Lyonbased Centralp has been producing embedded systems for future-oriented railway applications. The driver‘s cab displays of the K-Vision series are available in different versions for various applications (TCMS, CCTV or even ETCS, CBTC). In the ECx, the K-Vision DMI is dedicated to the display and management of the CMS (Train Communication and Management System) user interface. It also provides a SIL2 display, with or without
redundancy. The K-Vision Extended SIL2 is immediately operational, easily customisable and available in sizes from 8 to 15 inches. The specifications of EN 50155 and EN 50121 are met.
To date, Centralp has delivered around 45,000 DMIs worldwide, meeting the requirements of renowned industrial and railway operators.