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Connectivity+ Future-proof data, signal, power transmission for railway

Within this web-seminar, HARTING India will introduce system concepts for the most important trends in the railway industry.

LIVE WEB-SEMINAR WITH LIVE Q&A

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Connectors for rail applications need to not only be extremely robust, but also simple and quick to install and easy to maintain. HARTING has therefore developed new interfaces for rail vehicles, continues to offer comprehensive and innovative solution portfolio for railway. In this web-seminar, HARTING will introduce system concepts for the most important trends in the railway industry..

Join our web-seminar, you will discover:

  • Powerful interfaces for high-speed data transmission for railway
  • A completely new system architecture for power distribution in rail vehicles
  • High-performance interfaces for high currents and voltages transmission in harsh environments
  • Energy efficiency through weight reduction

Join us and bring your questions – our experts will answer them live!

Powerful interfaces for high-speed data transmission for railway

The amount of data communication required in railway is increasing. Passengers want to keep in touch with their families and friends. Also, passenger information and entertainment systems (PIES) provide data about the route, the weather and offer news, entertainment or advertisements. In order to meet these communication demands, rail vehicles need powerful network and data interfaces according to the special requirements of rail transport. The connectors must be surrounded by robust housings and, just as the cables, shielded against electromagnetic interference (EMC).

High-performance interfaces for high currents and voltages transmission in harsh environments

The energy distribution sector is currently undergoing a very dynamic phase. Power density is increasing and systems must become more efficient. High currents and voltages must be transmitted efficiently and, above all, safely. Transformer connections are exposed to mechanical impacts like shock and vibration and environmental influences like water, oil, direct sunlight and ozone. All of which can negatively affect the lifetime of the connections. Our new high-performance Han® HPR HPTC connector series is designed to meet these tough requirements.

Energy efficiency through weight reduction

Manufacturers of railway vehicles continuously try to reduce the energy consumption per passenger-kilometre driven. In addition to increasing capacity utilisation and using drives that are more efficient, weight is one of the most important levers in this respect. Compact and lighter connectors as well as weight-reduced cable assemblies can make a measurable contribution. The potential savings seem low compared to the overall weight of a train but they can reach up to a few kilograms per wagon. This reduction has a positive effect on the energy balance, especially over the long service life of rail vehicles.

PRESENTER

Dr. Rao Girish

Chief Executive Officer
HARTING India Private Ltd.

Dr. Girish Rao, the CEO of HARTING India, the wholly owned subsidiary of the HARTING Technology Group. The company now has pan-India presence with 4 sales offices including a corporate office and 1 manufacturing office plant in Chennai. HARTING India has been awarded as the "Best Connector Company" by the BISinfotech trade journal in 2020.

Thirumurthy Venkatachalam

Regional Product Manager
HARTING India Private Ltd.

Thirumurthy is responsible for Han® Electric products for India region. Overall, he has 21 years of experience in different market segments handling product engineering and program management functions.

 

Sethubalaji Karthikeyan

Director of Engineering
HARTING India Private Ltd.

Sethubalaji is responsible for HARTING Customised solutions for India region. Overall he has 15years of experience in different market segments handling Customised product engineering, conceptualize, design and build interconnectivity solutions.

 

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