The Felix® Robot returns to InnoTrans in Berlin!


After the our presence in 2014 InnoTrans edition, Loccioni Group participates again at the InnoTrans to present the upgraded version of the Felix® robot, developed by our team in collaboration with RFI (Rete Ferroviaria Italiana).

 
This version of the Felix® has an upgraded Hardware and Software that performs additional measurements (in particular related to the wear of railway tracks and turnouts) able to solve different problems connected to maintenance processes of the rail track equipment.
 

The flexibility of a manual and the accuracy of an automatic device are united in Felix®. Together with the velocity of measuring and elaboration of data, the diagnostic robot of Loccioni is an innovation that is highly acknowledged on an international level.

 

Enthusiasm and confidence that are reconfirmed in this edition of Innotrans, given the numerous visits from around the world, representatives of important companies such as National Society of French railways (SNCF), the English Network Rail, the German Deutsche Bahn, the OBB Austrian railways, and even Sweden, the Netherlands and many others.
 
The Official Journal of InnoTrans, the Innovation Report and the International Railway Journal have dedicated a space to Felix project, which fill us with pride.

 

 
One of the highlights was definitely the presentation of Felix during the conference “Moving Forward” that RFI held at its booth on Wednesday afternoon. Within the Focus Technology to train service operations and passengers the Felix project was told by Giuseppe Arcoleo and Benedetto Ippoliti, respectively Project Director and Manager for RFI, confirming how networking and sharing knowledge are key values for success.

 

Also this year, we will return home with many impressions, new contacts and a lot of satisfaction with the results obtained in six years years of research and hard work.
 

InnoTrans, the international trade fair for transport and railway technology, from 20th to 23rd September 2016 in Berlin, dedicated its 200.000 m² to:
• Railway Technology
• Railway Infrastructure
• Public Transport
• Interiors
• Tunnel Construction.

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