Gate Light Monitor (GLM)
This device mounts on the crossing gate pole and monitors the gate position while in transition. Once the gate is activated, the GLM automatically detects the two flashing lights and the single steady light on the gates. If any one light does not operate per specification, then the GLM will generate an alarm message to the signal maintainer.
Connected Crossing View 360 (CCV-360)
CC-360 is our omni-directional camera capable of viewing the entirety of the crossing, including the train tracks as well as the highway traffic. All gates can be observed in operation from the CC-360. CC-360 is also ideal for detecting trespassers or other suspicious activity near the crossing.
Edge Image Processor (EIP)
The EIP is the brain on the edge of the network used to interpret all images generated by SLM/GLM/CC-360. We employ machine learning technology within the EIP, and this allows local interpretation of video images for the purpose of detecting and alarming on anomalies.
SA380-TX Digital Storage Oscilloscope
The SA380-TX provides capture of discrete digital events and analog waveforms from track circuits, relays, motors, etc. The status of the collected information is communicated over the network to Centrix. Centrix compares data over time and develops predictive analytics results to alert maintainers of imminent device failure.
SLX serial port interpreter
The SLX is used to monitor the vital crossing processor. Many modern crossing processors store operational data that can only be accessed via the maintainer’s laptop. The SLX mimics the laptop communication protocol and automatically pulls data from the vital controller. The data is then directed over the railroad’s network to CENTRIX. Centrix compares data over time and develops predictive analytics results to alert maintainers of imminent device failure.
Bus bar monitoring device continuously measures electrical resistance to ground from up to five separate power sources.