LILEE Systems has released its Next Generation Communications Management Unit solution, which aims to enable wireless communications security and interoperable key exchange for the ACSES II Positive Train Control (PTC) system, a form of PTC implemented by Northeast Corridor (NEC) railroads.
OSIsoft, a provider of operational intelligence software, and LILEE Systems, a provider of mobile communications systems for the transportation industry, have entered into an alliance “to improve safety and equipment health of rail and transportation networks through Big Data and industrial Internet of Things (IoT) technologies to help rail operators achieve their goals for Positive Train Control (PTC),” the companies said in an April 10 announcement.
LILEE Systems, a provider of advanced wired and wireless communication products, solutions and services for the transportation industry, on April 19, 2016 announced that “based on the accelerated acceptance of its solutions in the U.S.,” it has made key appointments to its executive team and expanded its operations into Europe.
San Jose, Calif.-based Lilee Systems on Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2015 announced “the availability of its TransAir™ LMS-2450 series, a locomotive messaging and application server (LMS) series that the company says “gives freight and passenger rail operators the ability to achieve positive train control (PTC) compliance.”
Herzog Technologies, Inc. (HTI) said Tuesday, July 1, 2014 it has partnered with Lilee Systems “to provide innovative Positive Train Control Solutions. HTI chose Lilee’s suite of products to support HTI’s Commercial ITCM Federation Hosting solution.”
Bombardier Transportation has selected Lilee Systems to assist in the design and build of Positive Train Control (PTC) for New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA). The effort involves installation of wireless and wired ACSES II communications for both the Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) and Metro-North Railroad.