Springfield, Va., February 3, 2021
ENSCO Rail has launched a new railway clearance measurement service offering to capture corridor structure gage (minimum clearance), identify encroachments into defined clearance envelopes, and to help railways plan for future corridor modifications or new rollingstock.
Additionally, ENSCO Rail Clearance Measurement Services provide track center distances and platform/track interface analysis.
Measurements are made with ENSCO’s Track Inspection Vehicle equipped with a LiDAR distance laser that produces a high-resolution, 3D virtual model of a railway corridor. ENSCO Rail software provides both real time alerts of clearance encroachments as well as office-based tools to run a variety of analyses in support of network operations planning.
“ENSCO Rail has a long history of propelling rail track inspection forward to make rail transport safer and more efficient,” states ENSCO President Boris Nejikovksy. “Our Clearance Measurement System provides the clearance assessment data that helps prevent delays, closures and accidents. We are proud to introduce this technology as a service, allowing rail inspection personnel to get the same benefits at a fraction of the cost of ownership.”
About ENSCO Rail
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For more than 50 years, ENSCO has been leading the rail industry worldwide in developing new and advanced technologies to improve the safety, security and quality of their operations. ENSCO is a leading provider of automated and autonomous inspection systems, web-based data management systems, vehicle dynamics analysis and simulations and large-scale systems integration for federal and commercial railways. The ENSCO name represents the rail industry’s premier source for track inspection, vehicle/track interaction monitoring, railroad asset management technology and PTC/train control inspection and services. The ENSCO Rail subsidiary provides products and services to commercial customers. Learn more about ENSCO Rail