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Infrarail special: Desktop signal sighting

Gioconda will once again be displaying its latest developments in G-RAST desktop tools along with its full range of services to the Rail Industry, from Signal Sighting Committee Chair consultancy to Signal Sighting Form production, Desktop Signal Sighting, Driver Briefing and beyond.

Staff will be on hand to explain the best process for efficient desktop signal sighting and the cost benefits of this approach when moving into the construction and commissioning stages.

Visitors will be shown how to produce models and can be given a brief tutorial on how to use these methods for specific projects including Train Lengthening, Re-signalling, Remodelling, New Layout, Electrification in both Enhancements and Infrastructure sectors.

The Gioconda stand (D05) will be packed with 3D & High Definition visual material, which will include a “Judge the Distance” signal sighting competition giving visitors the chance to win a fantastic Kindle Fire.




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