The SiGNUM product line was made obsolete on 1st September 2019. For alternative solutions and support, please contact your local sales representative or explore our range on the optical encoder web pages. From the minute a driver passes a driving test they're used to responding to a flashing amber light, and this is why we have created Signum. Signum flashes at the same frequency as other road vehicle indicators, this was carefully considered when designing Signum, to achieve maximum attention from other road users'.
- Signum was acquired by IAR, therefore I can imagine they may not have a strong push to support XDS products that work with CCS (a competing IDE). In this case, the safest alternative is to wipe and reinstall CCSv5.5.
- The docker driver will set the following client attributes: driver.docker - This will be set to '1', indicating the driver is available. Driver.docker.bridgeip - The IP of the Docker bridge network if one exists. Driver.docker.version - This will be set to version of the docker server. Here is an example of using these properties in a job file.
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Integra-Signum is a Swiss train protection system introduced in 1933. Originally it was called Signum; the name Integra was added later. It transmits data inductively and is simple, robust and reliable also in snow.
How it works
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The locomotives have three sending and receiving magnets and there are two trackside magnets near the signals.
Integra-Signum asks the train driver to confirm distant signals that show stop and distant or home signals that show caution. If he does not confirm or passes a home signal that shows stop, the train is stopped automatically. This is achieved by interrupting the power supply to the motors and applying the emergency brake.
The locomotive's sending magnet is a strong permanent magnet, which induces a current in the receiving magnet in the middle of the track, if the signal's short-circuit contact is closed. The receiving magnet on the locomotive consists of two magnet field detectors, which detect the signal's state according to polarity and timing of the magnetic field emitted by the second magnet outside the track:
Stop (home signals): positive - negative, concurrent
Caution (distant signals): negative - positive, concurrent
Caution (home signal): positive - positive, not concurrent
Because Integra-Signum can only stop a train when it's 'too late', i.e. after the red signal, it is not sufficient if there is an obstacle less than the braking distance away from the signal, which is especially a problem with fast trains. To address this issue, Zugbeeinflussung ZUB has been introduced.
Despite that Integra-Signum aims to prevent accidents, there was also an accident caused by it. In 1959, an Integra-Signum magnet mounted on a SBB-CFF-FFS RBe 540 EMU tore out a wooden sleeper on a level crossing near Gland, which led to the derailment of the entire train at 125 km/h.
By 2017 Switzerland had almost completed the migration to ETCS Level 1. Integra-Signum will remain in service for a few years more on a small number of special lines; one of these is the Uetliberg railway line, which will first be converted from DC to AC electrification.
From beginning 2018, new vehicles running on the Swiss network do not need anymore the class B system SIGNUM and ZUB.
- Integra Signum, the company that developed the system
- ^FOT, Federal Office of Transport. 'European Train Control System (ETCS)'. www.bav.admin.ch.
- ^ ab'ERTMS National Implementation (NIP) Plan of Switzerland, Summary'(PDF). European Commission. Sep 20, 2017. Retrieved Nov 17, 2019.