Providing real-time feedback, that enables drivers to minimise delays and optimise fuel usage
Information in the driver’s cab
Clear and concise information is provided to the train driver on how the train is performing relative to the timetable.
End of journey delay reporting by the driver provides a clear and precise reasons for any delay attributed along the journey.
Train performance analysis
Identify trends, common reasons for delay and performance issues with reporting capabilities.
Installed as an app on the driver’s tablet device and simple cab installation with no separate antennas or additional locomotive connected devices required.
Control the cost of network delays
Allows operator’s to better control the cost of network delays to them, by correctly attributing cause based on driver feedback.
Hundreds of trains run each day with RailSmart MTISA, designed to optimise the performance of individual trains and reduce energy consumption
The simple and intuitive interface allows for quick learning and ease of use.
Provides performance against real-time Network Rail timetables, allowing drivers to regulate the train accordingly.
Journey performance is recorded allowing routes, rolling stock and drivers to be assessed.
Avoid failure to stop incidents. MTISA provides a visual countdown and audible alert when approaching stations.
Capture important information when it is safe to do so, such as wheel slippage or rough riding.
Allows drivers to provide reasons for delay that are linked to the standard TRUST delay reason codes.
Integrates with RailSmart EDS to automatically update a driver’s route knowledge once a journey has been completed.
No need for expensive in-cab propriety hardware as MTISA can be installed on existing tables.
Why RailSmart MTISA
- Improved energy consumption
- Better train regulation
- Reduced delay minutes
- Avoids failure to stop incidents
- Passengers arriving on time and not waiting outside stations
- Simple cab installation
- The train driver is still at the heart of the decision making process