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Frauscher is a leader in technology for inductive sensors in the rail sector.
Frauscher is a leader in technology for inductive sensors in the rail sector.

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This year's GMS Rail Expansion Summit in Hanoi, Vietnam is close to its end. We're proud that we were one of the exhibition sponsors! Thanks for all the interesting discussions at our stand, we hope to seeing you again soon!
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Today was the first day at Mass-Trans Innovation Japan 2017 in Tokyo. We are participating in this international trade fair for railway technology together with our partner Advantage Austria. Meet us there at stand E-03, we are looking foward to meeting you!
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It’s already four weeks back that railway industry experts from all over the world met in Vienna to discuss the future of tracking at the 4th Wheel Detection Forum. Find a comprehensive review to this great event on our blog: https://blog.frauscher.com/en/1706/discussing-the-future-of-tracking
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At InnoRail, railway engineers from all over Europe meet in Budapest to exchange views and experiences. We seized this chance to present our most modern products and innovations to the 300 participants from 17 countries.

Read more: https://www.frauscher.com/en/news/IDobj=1705
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The fourth Wheel Detection Forum has set new benchmarks for this now well established industry event. System integrators, operators, manufacturers, representatives from science and other interested associations gathered in Vienna from 4 to 6 October to discuss the latest trends and innovations in train tracking and related technologies. 262 participants from 36 countries experienced more than 20 speeches and presentations, accompanied by special occasions for networking.

Read more: https://www.frauscher.com/en/news/IDobj=1704
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Railway Interchange is the largest railway exhibition in North America. It took place from 17 to 20 September 2017 in historic downtown Indianapolis, attended by over 8 000 industry professionals from around the world. We were there to showcase our latest products, services and equipment.

Read more on our website: https://www.frauscher.com/en/news/IDobj=1694
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From 30 August to 2 September the sixth edition of the Railway Equipment and Technologies EXPO 1520 took place in Moscow, Russia. On 20 000 m² more than 26 000 visitors gathered to visit the stands of 247 exhibitors from 29 countries. After 2011, we participated in this exhibition for the second time.

Read our exhibition review now online at: https://www.frauscher.com/en/news/IDobj=1683
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On Monday evening over 360 rail industry representatives joined the Australasian Railway Association’s Industry Networking Dinner in Melbourne. It was an honor for Frauscher Sensor Technology Australia to support and attend this great event as a Gold Sponsor.

Read more: https://www.frauscher.com/en/news/IDobj=1679
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Recently we hosted an event at the National Railway Infrastructure Manager Company (NRIC) in Bulgaria, where we presented our latest and most innovative solutions. The 40 participants were highly interested in getting to know our products’ benefits.

Read more: https://www.frauscher.com/en/news/IDobj=1672
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Since founding our US location in 2015, we have explored the North American railway market, also by recruiting local experts who are developing market specific solutions based on our global experience. The complete scope of these solutions will be presented at this year’s Railway Interchange, which will take place from 17 to 20 September in Indianapolis. Come on by and meet us at stand 1801!

More information on our website: https://www.frauscher.com/en/news/IDobj=1670
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