EU: According to the Israeli company, its Main Line is now certified to comply with key EU railway standards.
These are EN 50155 for electronic equipment in rolling stock, EN 50126 specifying RAMS (reliability, availability, maintainability, and safety), EN 50657 setting requirements for on-board system software used in rolling stock, and EN 45545 describing approaches to fire safety in rail transport. Rail Vision now expects to strengthen its position in the European market.
Using optical and infrared cameras and AI technology, Main Line detects potentially dangerous objects at distances of up to 2 km. The company has contracts to supply such systems to Israel and Latin America. Its anchor investor is Knorr-Bremse, which owns more than a third of the company and has invested $24 mln in it.