References

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New DC/DC Converter for E-Buses - Innovation in China

eKontrol Drive Technology in Suzhou (China) and APS are strong partners in product development and technology transfer. This successful co-operation reached another high point with the delivery of the new APS DC/DC converter for e-busses. The goal of the development of this high-performance converter by APS was to guarantee the power supply to all electric devices on board and to ensure the charging of the traction batteries in E-Buses... »Read more

 

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APS Takes You to the Lauberhorn Races in Switzerland

The Lauberhorn descent in the Bernese Highlands is the longest and fastest on the international skiing circuit and is an absolute must for fans of winter sports. Named after the 2427 m-high Lauberhorn, at whose feet the race begins, it takes competitors and spectators on a breath-taking route past the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau to Wengen. This highlight of the skiing season can only be reached by train, for no cars are allowed in the spa town of Wengen... »Read more

 

Refurbishment of the Vancouver SkyTrain in Canada

The Vancouver SkyTrain is a driverless metropolitan public transport system of the district of Greater Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada. Most of it takes the form of an elevated railway. The first line was opened in 1986 for Expo 86... »Read more

 

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Mobile in Milano – with APS Brake Excitation Systems and Battery Chargers

The Metropolitana di Milano, operated by ATM Milan, was opened in 1964 and consists of five lines. One of the characteristics of the subway system in Milan is the line-specific use of conductor rails or overhead lines. M1 has a different power system to M2 and M3... »Read more

 

Modernisation Project on the Wengernalpbahn in Switzerland

The Wengernalpbahn in the Swiss canton of Bern, opened in 1893, is a narrow-gauge cog railway that runs from Lauterbrunnen via Wengen and the mountain pass of Kleine Scheidegg to Grindelwald. The Wengernalpbahn was named after the fascinating vista on the stretch from Wengen to the Wengernalp alpine meadow, which entranced composers such as Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Richard Wagner and Pyotr Tchaikovsky, who spent their holidays there... »Read more

 

Olympic in Switzerland: Modernisation of the Stadtbahn Lausanne

Lausanne, the capital of the Olympics, is known around the world as the location of International Olympic Committee and the Olympic Museum. But it is also well-known for its diverse cultural landscape and excellent educational institutions. That makes for 13 million passengers a year on its public transport system, so it has to be up to date... »Read more

 

A FLIRT in Poland: APS Frequency Converters

The "Stadler FLIRT" is a low-floored, electric motorised train by the Swiss train-maker Stadler Rail that has become a hit in several countries around the world. The train is characterized by its low mass, relatively high level of acceleration and braking rate... »Read more

 

 


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