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Resources on Industrial Networking for Transportation Automation

Case Studies - Railway

Onboard Metro NVR in Taipei MRT

Taipei MRT called for high performing and reliable industrial computers for seamless integration with the backbone and video surveillance system. Moxa answered with IEC 60571 compliant devices. Read the story to find out which Moxa computers were applied.

Industrial Ethernet Backbone for Railway in Norway

A Norwegian manufacturer of railway vehicles was looking to connect all devices (i.e. IP cameras, IP phones, video recorders, a passenger information system, a passenger counting system and a WiFi system) to a network with reliable industrial Ethernet switches…

On-Board Train IP Network for French Railway

The objective was the refurbishment of two regional train lines in the suburbs of Paris, and a reliable on-board train IP network was key. The solution provider turned to Moxa to deliver train certified industrial Ethernet switches for building the network backbones.

Passenger Information System in Danish Buses and Trains

Commute Media, known as "Gratis Danmark" in Denmark, has developed a series of passenger information system solutions for buses and trains, including free of charge internet access. Companies are now able to interact with consumers during their "free" time, when they are open to advertising.

On-board Ethernet for the Driverless Metro

Spread over 8 million square meters, Princess Noura bint Abdulrahman University of Riyadh is able to enroll up to 40.000 students. The university has a high-tech transport system with automatic and computer-controlled vehicles linking all important facilities at the campus around the clock.

Gigabit Ethernet Switches for Kaohsiung MRT

The KMRT is a rapid transit railway system operating in the metropolitan area of Kaohsiung, Taiwan. The initial integrated communication network carried voice, video, and building automation data with an SDH network and connected to the PA system, intercom, security and access control, and BA SCADA systems.

Advertising, Voice and Passenger Information System in Helsinki's Metro Trains

Helsinki City Transport contracted the advertising space in their underground to the company Clear Channel in order to provide real-time advertising and entertainment for metro passengers. The technology of choice for the content delivery was IP.

Case Studies - ITS

Department of Transportation Deploys ITS over Fiber Gigabit Ethernet

Read how the state DOT planned to centralize traffic control/monitoring of highways (including roads, bridges, and tunnels) across the state’s 5 central TMCs.

China Highways Deploy HD IP Surveillance

The “Safe City” program, launched nationwide in 2006, has triggered the installation of millions of surveillance cameras across China in over 600 cities. Surveillance systems are increasingly implementing high-definition IP cameras and many have also deployed PoE-based IP cameras to take advantage of simple deployment, cost-effectiveness, and easy maintenance.

Southern Italian Communities Converge Video Surveillance via IP-Based Infrastructure

The Italian government and a number of local municipalities in southern Italy, including Lecce, Mural, and San Pietro, decided to increase their safety and security facilities with the largest IP video surveillance framework ever deployed in Italy.

World’s 5th Longest Tunnel Deploys Ethernet for Traffic Control System

Taiwan’s Hsuehshan Tunnel is the second longest road tunnel in Southeast Asia (fifth longest in the world) and is composed of 3 independent tunnels (one pilot tunnel, one West-bound tunnel, and one East-bound tunnel) stretching 12.9 kilometers through Hsuehshan Mountain, the second highest mountain in East Asia.

China Province Implements Automated Traffic Enforcement

Jiangsu province is home to almost 80 million Chinese residents and government officials decided to install electronic citation systems to discourage traffic violation, assuring the safety of drivers and pedestrians at highly congested traffic intersections.

Video Transmission over IEEE 802.11n WAN for Bus Surveillance

A transportation company in Hawaii serves thousands of travelers each day across well over 100 routes each week with approximately 50 bus vehicles operating out of 2 bus depots...

Application Guides - ITS

ITS Success Stories

This ITS Success Story Book includes six proven case studies in using Moxa’s edge-to-core solutions to provide non-stop traffic safety.

Technology Guidebooks

Smart IO Programming Guidebook - Click & Go

Everybody can do programming! Moxa’s Click&Go local control logic for the ioLogik Active Ethernet I/O server eliminates the cumbersome programming generally required for data acquisition, alarm messaging, and local control tasks.

Serial to Ethernet Guidebook

The serial-to-Ethernet products discussed in this book are referred to as serial device servers. The goal of this book is to provide potential users of serial-to-Ethernet products with the knowledge required to choose the most appropriate product and operation mode for their particular application.

Industrial Wireless Guidebook

This guidebook will provide you with a more comprehensive understanding of industrial wireless technologies and serve as your most trusted guide to getting un-wired.

Whitepapers - Railway

Automatically Create Error-free Inter-carriage Connections

WDS or Wireless Distribution System provides data connectivity across train carriages using wireless. Undesirably, this system is has inadequate security, is bandwidth constrained and needs operator manual re-provisioning whenever the formation of the train carriages changes. This white paper illustrates how Moxa’s Auto Carriage Connection or ACC protocol eliminates these issues.

Choosing the Ideal Computers for Rolling Stock Applications

There are many rolling stock applications, each of which has specific requirements. This white paper is a guide to choosing the ideal computer for your rolling stock applications.

How to Build Industrial Computers that Resist Vibration and Shock

This white paper first explains some background about the physics behind vibration and shock, and then explores the specific mechanisms and technology used to build an industrial computer with high resilience against these harsh conditions.

Uninterrupted Train-to Ground Communications with Sub-50 ms Turbo Roaming

The architecture of 802.11 ground to train data communications requires technology that can provide uninterrupted data streams for the onboard requirements. This white paper discusses the solutions to maintain seamless connectivity at high speeds through such technology as Moxa’s Turbo Roaming deployed with Wide Area Controllers (WACs), specialized handoff parameters that can be effectively tweaked, and multiple redundancy measures to provide failsafe data links.

Whitepapers - ITS

3 Key Elements of a Robust Intelligent Transportation Network

In this article, we will discuss solutions to ensure ITS network reliability, efficient management of ITS operation and maintenance, as well as current ITS industry trends and best practices.

How to choose an outdoor IP camera

CCTV surveillance cameras are now a common sight in cities around the world, with cameras used at major intersections to catch speeders and would-be runners of red lights. However, as many drivers have learned, outdoor cameras have a high failure rate, and consequently only a fraction of the cameras installed are actually operational.

Industrial Ethernet Infrastructure: Key Selection Criteria

Due to the rapid rate by which networking technology is advancing, it is no wonder that selecting compatible and updated components can be difficult even for the most experienced automation engineers. With its focus on industrial networking, Moxa offers a broad range of Ethernet solutions well-suited for the demands and conditions required in any industrial automation network.

Transmission of Video Images for Transportation Management Systems

A typical Transportation Management System requires installing many video cameras. For example, it is now commonplace to see cameras located at regular intervals along the roadside when traveling on the highway. However, the problem faced by system administrators is that most of the cameras could be located up to several miles from the Central Traffic Control Center.

Redundant Ring Technology for Industrial Ethernet Applications

“Redundancy” is now one of the most important aspects of the industrial automation networks used for applications such as power utilities, transportation, and surveillance. In this white paper, we first discuss traditional redundant technology, including their network topologies and limitations. Next, we introduce “redundant ring” technology, and point out the advantages that redundant rings have over traditional systems.

Whitepapers - Marine

Creating Embedded Computing Opportunities in Marine Shipping

This white paper explores the various unique challenges posed when deploying embedded computers in various locations on a seagoing vessel, and identifies how these challenges can be overcome by the rugged and robust products in Moxa’s product line.

How to Choose a Marine Computer: Criteria for Selection

Modern ships host an ever-increasing amount of electronic equipment. Learn how to select a computer that's up to the challenge of effectively managing these many devices in a demanding maritime environment.

Certifications - Rail



Certifications - Marine



Certifications - ITS