AcQ Inducom develops and produces complex high-tech modular hardware- and software solutions for transportation applications, which can be qualified according international standards.
AcQ Inducom is able to develop compliant to IEC61508, which covers the complete safety life cycle. The IEC61508 defines the Safety Integrity Level (SIL) using requirements grouped in two broad categories: hardware safety integrity and systematic system integrity. A device or system must meet the requirements for both categories to achieve a given SIL.
Specific environmental testing according EN-50155 (railways) for custom products can also be an integral part of our development process if this is a requirement.
To meet the requirements in this market, our standard products can be modified or are suited for extreme environmental circumstances. For example extended temperatures, electromagnetic interference etc.
Since 1996 AcQ Inducom develops various CPU VMEbus boards for ALSTOM Transport in the Netherlands that are still being produced. These CPU boards are used in busses, trolleys, trams and trains.
For ALSTOM Transport in the Netherlands AcQ Inducom developed and supplies a ruggedized EL Display terminal, capable of operating over a wide temperature range. In combination with a matrix keyboard it behaves like a VT100 terminal with a limited number of keys.
For ALSTOM Transport in the Netherlands AcQ Inducom developed a general purpose I/O board. The board was developed according the EN50155 standard and has several kinds of I/O, including digital, analog and serial.
For Telecomputer in Spain AcQ Inducom supplies graphics controllers with a VMEbus interface including a high bandwidth graphic switch, providing a redundant video system used for graphical presentation of tracks and trains for the Spanish Railways.
For Vialis Traffic and Mobility in the Netherlands AcQ Inducom developed, to customer specification, a single board system, based on Motorola's MC68060 microprocessor featuring onboard Ethernet and XPI bus.
RATP in France uses AcQ Inducom's M381 and M383 analogue I/O DSP modules in automated test equipment for the French metro.