Systransis AG is a company with around 20 employees, which develops the wold's leading traffic management and optimization systems for railway operations. Since December 2015 systransis AG has been owned by Siemens Schweiz AG.
Our products are used daily in the Lötschberg and Gotthard Basistunnel and support the smooth handling of the railway traffic in the longest tunnel in the world.
Are you interested in joining us? We look forward to receiving your application documents in electronic form (info(at)systransis.ch).
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
At the sti-event 2017, the systransis team travelled to Mels.
From there we undertook a small hike to the Sargans Castle where we had lunch. After lunch we made a fresh start at 30 degrees to the Gonzen mine. In the Gonzen mine we had a 2-hour tour at 13 degrees of internal temperature. The tour was very exciting, varied and a regular cooling.
In the late afternoon we made our way to Zurich where our partners were waiting for us. Together, we ended the amazing day at the "Didi`s Frieden" restaurant.
Since the new train and bus schedule of 11. December 2016 our TAG (Tunnelautomatik Gotthard) Software and the one from AF (Lötschberg Basistunnel) are successfully in operation.
Since the new train and bus schedule of 11. December 2016, our own developed TAG (Tunnelautomatik Gotthard) Software in the Gotthard base tunnel is successfully in operation. Daily 50 new passenger trains and 210, unlike 160 until now, freight trains drive through the century tunnel.
More info on the TAG Software can be found under "Tunnel Safety System Gotthard Base Tunnel (TAG)"
Our Software in the Lötschberg tunnel is also successfully in commercial operation. During the peaked season there will be 10'000 vehicles daily on the car transport trains, through the tunnel transported. In order to guarantee a smooth operation our software is constantly being renewed and expanded.
At the “sti-event“ 2016 the systransis team went to Zurich. There they followed up with an exciting scavenger hunt organized by Foxtrail. The team had to follow green hints until the goal was eventually reached.
Later on they continued with cooking lessons at Jane's Finefood. Everyone was doing work and in the late evening there was a delicious meal with partners.
On 1 June 2016 the Gotthard Base Tunnel opened (57 km – worlds longest tunnel). This revolutionary tunnel brings North and South closer together.
New rolling stock, more frequent and faster connections also ensure more trains on the north-south axis and the freight gets a real performance boost.
It is self-explanatory, that security is he key element in such a tunnel in which 200 trains drive up to 250 km/h. The tunnel tubes are connected with cross passages every 300 meters to which train passengers can escape in case of fire. In both emergency stops, each 600-meter long and located per tunnel tube, an evacuation up to 1000 people is possible.
Systransis AG contributed the Tunnel Automatic Gotthard (TAG), a component of the Train Traffic Control System (containing TAG and Iltis). TAG controls the trains by means of safety-critical systems in which an additional direct process interface to the disposition system exists. It increases the safety of the daily operation by monitoring and controlling train movements permanently. In the event of an incident it automatically stabilizes the situation.