Railhead Corporation

ArcelorMittal Selects Railhead for Remote Monitoring, Video

Raihead Corp. has been awarded a contract to supply ArcelorMittal with a new remote monitoring and 4K video recording system for its Cartier Mining Railway, Quebec, Canada. The technology will provide ArcelorMittal with real-time-monitoring and access to locomotive data as its trains travel between mining operations and shipping ports in Canada.

Railhead Lands G&W Video Contract

Genesee & Wyoming, Inc. (G&W) has awarded Railhead Corporation a contract to supply and install its high definition/4K onboard Locomotive Digital Video Recorder (LDVR4K) systems and Twin View and Wedge cameras fleetwide in North America “to support safety initiatives.”

You Can’t Steal a Bike When Railhead is Watching

Metra’s commitment to safety and sustainability includes operating special Bike Cars that can carry up to 16 bicycles. They’re easily identifiable by their blue and grey paint scheme, as well as a large white bicycle decal adjacent to the exterior doors. The two-wheeled “riders” on these cars are now more secure, thanks to Railhead Corp.

Rolling Processor Platforms

RAILWAY AGE, AUGUST 2020 ISSUE: Improvements in train handling, fuel efficiency and safety are all possible through the advanced microprocessor technology quickly becoming standard on locomotives.

Trimble partners with Railhead

Trimble announced that it is partnering with Alsip, Ill.-based Railhead Corp. to integrate real-time remote monitoring, diagnostics and on-board video to enhance locomotive asset utilization and productivity.

NMRR expands its LDVR platform

Railhead Corporation has announced that New Mexico Railrunner will be enhancing its current Locomotive Digital Video Recorder (LDVR) systems. NMRR is expanding its current LDVR platform from 4 to 8 channels and adding Railhead’s proprietary twin view camera. The 8 channel LDVR will enable NMRR to add cameras as needed to coincide with the upcoming inward facing camera mandate while the twin view camera will provide two field of views (narrow and wide) to assist in incident investigations. NMRR found the twin camera (TC-690) more accurately replicates the engineer’s point of view (POV), than a single fixed lens camera. The narrow provides a more focal POV, great for signal capturing, while the wide view is great for capturing last second crossing incidents or track side views.