The Reference CCS Architecture (RCA) Strategy Group, representing ERTMS Users Group and EULYNX, and the UNIFE ERTMS  Steering Committee shared their views about the issues which need to be addressed in the context of a future Control Command Signalling (CCS) Framework. A statement has been prepared which summarizes the view shared by these two Parties, as well as elements where they must deepen their joint understanding.
The statement is available here:  pdf CCS A joint statement V1 0 (277 KB)

The EULYNX Consortium has published an updated documentation release Baseline Set 3 Release 4. 

The EULYNX Baseline Set 3 Release 4 is an update within Baseline Set 3 after the earlier Release 1, Release 2 and Release 3. It delivers 32 updated or new documents. A follow up release of Baseline Set 3 is planned as Release 5, which will be published in May 2020. Release 5 will be the final release of Baseline Set 3 – with Release 5 the current baseline set will be closed for changes in functionality or new functions.

All deliverables are in PDF format, deliverables originating from DOORS are also available in requirements interchange format ReqIF.

Documents are available for download to the registered users. If your organisation does not have yet registered access please fill out the  folder registration form

At Railforum today, 1 october 2019, Mr. Michael Peter, CEO of Siemens Mobility, held a presentation about the future of signalling. Information can be found on LinkedIn.

The following slide, showing commitment to EULYNX, was shown: 

ÖBB Infrastruktur AG has now formally joined the EULYNX Consortium as a member. The consortium is still growing and now represents more than half of the EU Infrastructure Managers.

The progress towards a world wide standard have received yet another push. Evidence of that were several presentations during the ASPECT 2019 Conference, organised by the Institution of Railway Signal Engineers (IRSE) and the Delft University (TU Delft). A working example of an Object Controller has been tested in Korea by the Railway Signal Research Association as explained in a paper presented at the conference. A summary can be found image HERE (546 KB) .


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