Video Surveillance

New CCTV systems make rail travels are safe for passengers and goods thanks to our DVR on-board equipment which fits perfectly with any specific environment of rail transport.

Take the control and manage the Digital Video Recorder for a proper storage of images and control of video images visualization taken from the cameras of the train.


  • Video images recording
  • Control of video images visualization
  • Train Data Communication Network interface
  • Interface with the train unit’s Ethernet Network
  • Interface with the on board Monitoring and Diagnostic System (MDS)
  • Interface with the wayside OCC through the onboard Wireless System
  • System Auto-diagnostic
  • Faults recording for Monitoring and Diagnostic
  • Configuration of functional parameters
  • Local and remote stored data download
  • Secure access control
  • Image storage for later use and/or reproduction.
  • Network Video Recorder for Images storage from the cameras of the train
  • Real-time or delayed visualitzation of the images captured by the cameras of each car in the driving cab monitor
  • Removable hard disks in each recorder, for delayed viewing
  • Recording the audio of the Public Address System
  • Images Storage from the cameras of the train in special rugged memory protected against accidents
  • Sending images of the cameras of the train to the OCC through the onboard Wireless Communication System (WDL)
  • Visualization of the images received from the station cameras through the onboard Wireless Communication System (WDL)
  • Motion detection


  • MPEG4 (H264) high definition image capture
  • Ruggedized design complying with railway standards.

Video Black Box

The term“black box” became commonly known in connection with airline crashes. These devices record very specific information about a vehicle’s operation for a period of time prior to a crash, which almost always plays a significant part in determining the cause of an accident.

Over time, the black box concept was applied to other forms of transportation, obviously including rail transport . And parallel to this evolution it included a black box dedicated to recording video images from the cameras installed in the train, called Video Black Box.

The analysis of the recorded images is crucial in determining the causes of any accident or incident occurring


ATP - ASFA Digital

ASFA DIGITAL System is a semicontinue ATP System, being its main fuction to achieve a continues supervision of the speed of the train by the information read in the beacons.


Event Recorder

Event Recorder (ER) is an onboard data recorder that records data about the operation of train controls and performance in response to those controls and other train control systems.

Data storage is provided by crashworthy non-volatile EEPROM or Flash Memory overwritten in a FIFO continuous loop. The data is intended for use in the investigation of accidents and incidents but is also used to monitor the general state of the train over a determined period of time.

ER is also responsible to calculate the distance covered, the real speed of the train and each information to the driver


  • Measurement of the speed, acceleration and the distance covered by the train.
  • Direct capture of discrete and analogue variables through physical inputs.
  • Capture of discrete and analogue variables through communications.
  • Speed levels monitoring and activation of the corresponding relay outputs.
  • Chronological register of events, train speed, distance, date and time for legal purposes.
  • Analysis and display of the recorded events.
  • Creation of a complete copy of the record of the protected memory in non-volatile, non-crash-protected FLASH memory for faster extraction and to have greater temporary control.
  • Support for extraction interface by inserting a USB-compatible Pendrivetype device, with device authentication by validation algorithm.
  • Configuration of functional parameters.
  • Self-check of operation.
  • Real-time clock for the rest of the equipment.
  • Improved crash worthiness by means of a hardened memory module able to withstand:
    • Fire resistance of 750 °C for 1 hour, this test simulates the temperature of burning diesel fuel
    • Impact shock of 55 g
    • Static crush of 110 kN for 5 minutes, this test simulates a locomotive derailment and blunt object impact
    • Fluid immersion in Diesel, water, salt water or lube oils for 2 days Hydrostatic pressure equivalent to immersion to a depth of 15 m in water for 2 days


  • The operating temperature of the control electronic will be as specified in category T3 of the standard EN 50155
  • The storing temperature of the control electronic will be of -25ºC to +85ºC.
  • Memory module compliant with the IEEE 1482.1-1999 standard