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Wi-Tronix technologies offer the rail industry a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) IoT platform that delivers actionable real-time alerts, insightful reports and analytics to increase safety, reliability and operational efficiency.
Violet Edge 830 provides connectivity to multiple types of on-board systems, multi-mode wireless communications, edge and cloud solutions, as well as a platform for future machine learning and artificial intelligence applications. As fleets evolve, the Violet Edge 830 has expandability options including Event Recorder, Digital Video Recorder, PTC Event Recorder.
Larry Jordan, President and CTO of Wi-Tronix, said: “We strive for continuous enhancement of our products to remain the leader within the industry. Wi-Tronix continues to grow, focused on meeting and exceeding the needs of our rail customers. The Violet Edge 830 delivers an economical and expandable IoT platform, accelerating the pace of change in the rail industry.”
Wi-Tronix is the preferred connected solutions provider to over one-third of all locomotives in North America. To date, over 2,000 Wi-Tronix Violet Edge IoT platforms have been ordered and over 12,000 rail vehicles from all types of manufacturers have Wi-Tronix platforms.
This article first appeared on www.globalrailwayreview.com
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