This latest railway communications infrastructure and long-term maintenance contract will enable Adif to reduce operational costs and ensure safe, speedy and dependable train services.
Nokia Networks will maintain the GSM-R* communication system, including transport and radio networks, fixed telecommunications, video surveillance, centralized management and monitoring systems, and remote power systems. The company will upgrade the GSM-R core network to provide network georedundancy for greater reliability. It will also provide its GSM-R core network, Subscriber Data Management, One-NDS (Network Directory Server) and NT-HLR (Home Location Register), NetAct 8 network management system.
Siemens will maintain the Energy SCADA of the total network and the fixed communications on high-speed line Madrid-Seville and upgrade the Remote Terminal Units (RTU) for the switchgear control.
Thales Spain is responsible for the maintenance and modernization of fixed communications and CCTV on the high-speed line Madrid-Valencia-Albacete, Córdoba-Málaga, Madrid-Valladolid and Madrid-Barcelona-French Border.