ADComms, a Panasonic Company, has been a systems integrations business within the rail market for 15 years, deploying major telecommunications and network projects. Key works include the UK-wide implementation of GSM-r and delivery of the Fixed Telecoms Network (FTN), using some 2,500 Relocatable Equipment Buildings (REB) for the co-located GSM-r access nodes, FTN core and signal box nodes.
We have continued to grow our expertise in radio planning, radiating cable and network solutions. With expertise covering on-train systems and rail infrastructure solutions we have a unique understanding of the requirements of working in and across these environments. With increasing demands for data transfer and digital connectivity, the need for robust communications backhaul has never been greater. Working with innovative solutions from Panasonic, ADComms is ideally positioned to support your critical infrastructure projects.
ADComms has a successful track record of delivering large and small rail projects for Network Rail and Tier 1 organisations on time and to budget. We have the necessary Network Rail accreditation (at the business level as well as the employee level), allowing ADComms to undertake trackside installation and maintenance work, and we take pride in our excellent operational and safety record.
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We recently delivered some on-site training at the ADComms training facilities in Scunthorpe. The training courses have been hugely successful and we have received outstanding feedback from all involved! " After talking to a few of the guys who attended the BTSS9000...read more
4th - 5th June We will be exhibiting at the Train Communications Systems 2019 in London. Our CTO, Mike Hewitt will also be speaking with Merseryrail about the Dedicated Connectivity for the Merseyrail Urban Rail. Discussing the challenges, the opportunities and how...read more
ADComms attended, as guests and partners of Arriva Rail Northern (ARN), a presentation day unveiling the Class 158 Digital Train. The day included attendees from Network Rail, local councillors and members of the North East Rail Management Unit. Following...read more