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AEbt - Applied Railway Technology
We are a company of engineering consultants which is closely involved in the very complex procedures to furnish safety proofs, verification and homologation for rolling stocks and infrastructure throughout Europe. Our aim is a safe, reliable and economic railway system.
You and your aims are in the focus of all our actions. As a reliable and powerful partner, we always achieve optimum results for you. Due to our long-time experience in railway business, we can prepare working packages which you can schedule and calculate.
Reach your goals with us simply and safely!
AEbt Applied Railway Technology is your
Designated Body (NNTR EN 17020 + EN 17024) Assessment Body (EC 352/2009 + EC 402/2013) Notified Body (TSI) (EN 17020/17021) Accredited testing center (EN 17025)
We are assessors for:
functional safety fire protection signaling systems vehicle control welding strength technical systems requiring monitoring infrastructure systems brake systems software/hardware maglev systems rail operation control systems
For manufacturers, carriers and operators we offer a comprehensive range of services for the railway technology:
Safety engineering Safety certification Safety management systems Support in setting up rail authorities Tender support Technical Assessment for rolling stock Risk Management Risk and Hazard Analysis Proof of Functional Safety Homologation
Safety Management Systems Functional safety (IEC 61508 + EN 50129) Training on the job for engineers in Germany Training for rail staff and specialists RAMS Management (EN 50126) Software development (EN 50128) ETCS (European Train Control System) CSM Common Safety Methods (EC 352/2009 + EC 402/2013) FMEA (failure mode and effects) analysis FTA (fault tree analysis) methods
Worldwide best references are available of different railway systems in Germany, France, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Czech Republic, Belgium, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands.