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6/14/2016



Rail News: Railroading Supplier Spotlight

Rail supplier news from Nomad Digital, Loram, Keolis and Eno Center (June 14)


Nomad Digital has procured, designed and implemented a WiMAX trackside system to support operationally critical signaling communications for the Regional Transportation District of Denver's Eagle P3 commuter-rail project. Through a strategic partnership with Wabtec Corp.’s Xorail, Nomad has designed the on-board and trackside components of the WiMAX track-to-shore communications system. The system leverages Nomad's IP technology and connects the fleet of rail cars to 50 trackside WiMAX transmission sites. In addition, the system enables the delivery and management of critical operational applications, such as positive train control, closed-circuit television, passenger emergency information, public announcements and maintenance data systems, according to Nomad.

Loram Maintenance of Way Inc. has appointed Kevin Burton vice president of fleet operations. In the role, he'll have responsibility for all aspects of operating and maintaining the company's owned fleet of contract service equipment and technical support services for sold equipment. Burton also will provide leadership and support to the operations team to ensure the company operates all track maintenance services in a safe, reliable and cost-effective manner, Loram officials said in a press release. Burton joined the company in 2006 and has been "instrumental" in enabling growth in the company's OEM contract services and after-market sales worldwide, they added.

Keolis Transit America has appointed Ryan Adams senior vice president of strategic development. He will be responsible for the company's business development activity and performance management systems. For the past three years, Adams has served as Keolis' vice president of strategy and corporate development, which involved overseeing efficiency reviews, special projects and developing the company's business intelligence platform.

The Eno Center for Transportation has added Joel Oppenheimer to its board. He currently serves as senior vice president of STV Inc. He also serves as the firm's Baltimore office manager and head of STV's transportation and infrastructure practice in Maryland. Oppenheimer has more than 30 years of experience in transportation planning and engineering design. In addition, he's active in numerous industry organizations.



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