Technology company unveils new automation hardware

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A MEN Micro illustration of where its onboard train control hardware can be used on a diesel multiple unit.
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BLUE BELL, Pa. — MEN Micro, a transportation electronics company, is unveiling a new series of data boards for use with its MEN Train Control System. The train control technology provides the operator with locomotive performance and other operational information such as wheel slip detection and other locomotive functions.

The company says the new data boards are more efficient and designed to enhance the safety of rail operations. The boards are designed specifically for railroad use.

MEN Micro manufacturers a variety of rail industry hardware and software used to provide operators and engineers with performance and operational data on locomotives or passenger trainsets.

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