MUSZER AUTOMATIKA-RAILWAY SAFETY PRODUCTS: Műszer Automatika is a leading independent supplier of signal and safety product solutions for the railways industry. Their products and services range from signal engineering, assembly and wiring, field installation and commissioning, and servicing. The company’s main activities include the development, production, and servicing of railway signaling and safety devices, traffic automation equipment, and public and industrial gas and solvent vapor detector systems. Műszer Automatika acts mainly in the rail-guided transportation sector in project implementation and management activity.
The main fields of their project management activities are:
- Railway station interlocking equipment implementation and /or modification.
- Open-line interlocking and signaling equipment implementation and /or modification
- Shunting protection equipment implementation and installation
- Open-line cable laying
- Electrical points heating equipment construction and installation (railway, suburban railway, city tram)
- Railway passenger information system realization and installation
- Fire detector and alarm system, fire-extinguishing equipment installations
- Public Authorities
Hungarian company Műszer Automatika is a leading independent supplier of signal and safety product solutions for the railways industry. Their products and services range from signal engineering, assembly and wiring, field installation and commissioning, and servicing. The company started its business in 1982 and grew into a strong international company with hundreds of employees. Műszer Automatika participated successfully in several Hungarian and international signaling projects including railroad track design and technical development solutions for more than 25 years. During this period different types of railway safety equipment, power supply units, and on-board equipment were developed and manufactured, as they have an extensive research and development engineering team that made it possible to replace obsolete mechanical, electromechanical, and electrical types of equipment, adopted by several European railway system operators.