Software-based rail automation solutions
Innovative solutions for freight, passenger and transit railroads. With RailComm, you can monitor, analyze and control your key assets with ease.
RailComm, a Tracsis company, has a wide base of global installations and a wealth of software-centric applications
Our innovative software solutions include positive train control, yard automation, computer-aided dispatching, smart monitoring and analytics. Plus, with a variety of packages to meet your requirements you can count on us for technical support. Learn how our products and services can benefit your operation here:
Positive train control
Designed for both ITC and E-ATC.
Technology that eliminates the risk of human error.
Getting cars to the right destinations on time.
Smart monitoring and analytics
Discover and resolve issues before they become a problem.
Tailored service plans to meet your needs.
Solving a million-dollar problem
Thousands of cars are moved every day on the US rail network's 140,000 miles of track. But malfunction of mainline switches and other faulty infrastructure affects the entire rail system.
This costs millions of dollars annually on unplanned delays and repairs.
Control anything, anywhere
Our solutions are designed to increase efficiency and safety across a variety of industries. Here's where we can help:
Every North American Class 1 railroad chooses RailComm
Passenger Rail / Transit Agencies
Minimal network downtime - maximum efficiency
Regional and Short Lines
Reliable, flexible and user-friendly control systems
Safer and more efficient workflows
Ports and International
Transferring containers safely and on schedule
Technology in action
Heater control for switch and 3rd rail - SEPTA
The primary objective of this project was to provide a wireless remote heater control system, for switches and third rail, for the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority.
Yard switch heater and remote control - Amtrak Chicago
The primary objective of this project was to modernize Chicago's Union Station, a facility that was dated in technology and struggled to manage the traffic volumes that were required.