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West Coast Wilderness Railway Project

the Agonics team achieved a unique milestone by successfully capturing LiDAR data and imagery along the 35km stretch of the West Coast Wilderness Railway (WCWR) amidst the captivating rainforest of Tasmania’s west coast, from Strahan to Queenstown.

Lift, Sift and Shift for Asset Information

Driven by a commitment to excellence in rail asset management we have developed a new three-phase process that is designed to enhance the quality and reliability of asset information within the PASS Assets system.

Bowen Rail Company

Recently, we completed a Mobile Laser Survey (MLS) across the Carmichael Rail Network on behalf of Bowen Rail Company. This project featured our new MLS system, which seamlessly integrates LiDAR with high resolution panoramic imagery of the rail corridor.

UGL Regional Linx project on NSW Country Regional Network (CRN)

Recently, UGL Regional Linx (UGLRL) partnered with Agonics to deliver the critical datasets needed to support UGRL’s goal to enhance the safety and efficiency of Country Regional Network (CRN) operations across New South Wales.

Case Study – Sydney Trains

Agonics experts accelerate the adoption of LiDAR in
routine maintenance on Australian railway network.

Case Study – National Transport Research Org.

Desktop process for level crossing assessments to address current backlogs and target safety enhancements

Case Study – DT Infrastructure

Kinematic clearances investigation delivers critical design
information for leaky feeder installation on ARTC tunnels

Case Study – Metro Trains Melbourne LOS

Agonics XERRA platform supports comprehensive audit of sighting distances on the MTM network

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Technology Trends for 2024

New train fleet purchases are considered to be one of the most strategically important investments that railway networks can make.

This is why, with many factors to consider, railway buyers should choose manufacturers that can deliver the right product for their network at a reasonable cost and within a reasonable timeframe, to successfully phase out aging fleets that are no longer fit for purpose for today’s public transport users.

Considerations such as total cost of ownership, ease of operation, and disability compliance must be expertly weighed up to land at the right investment decision.

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Industry Tackles Backlogs in Level Crossing Assessments

New train fleet purchases are considered to be one of the most strategically important investments that railway networks can make.

This is why, with many factors to consider, railway buyers should choose manufacturers that can deliver the right product for their network at a reasonable cost and within a reasonable timeframe, to successfully phase out aging fleets that are no longer fit for purpose for today’s public transport users.

Considerations such as total cost of ownership, ease of operation, and disability compliance must be expertly weighed up to land at the right investment decision.