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TTG Energymiser

Real-time driving advice for intelligent energy management

The closer drivers follow the advice, the more optimal a journey becomes. Meet train schedules, reduce energy costs whether diesel or electric, and deliver sustainability targets by decreasing carbon emissions.

Power, hold, coast, brake

Our DAS technology generates, and continually adjusts, an optimal journey profile throughout each trip and provides operating advice to achieve this. The system considers a range of factors including track geometry and speed profile, timetable, train characteristics, and train position. 

The combination of skilled operators and supportive technology guides each train towards achieving peak performance and fuel efficiency.

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Discover the benefits of implementing TTG Energymiser into your rail operations.

Energy management

More fuel-efficient journeys through better speed guidance using complex algorithms ​

Fuel efficient

Energy use can be half of a locomotive’s lifetime operating cost and can vary significantly between drivers. Optimal driving modes increase efficiencies and reduce costs. It has achieved over 10% energy savings for passenger and coal trains in the United Kingdom, 9% for heavy-haul iron ore trains in Africa, and over 10% for freight trains in Australia, the United Kingdom and India.

Delay attribute

Enhanced functionality allows drivers to record and report delays in real time and at the exact location.​

Optimised junction

TTG’s solutions boost rail network capacity and performance by improving on-time running to critical timing point locations such as junctions and passing loops. This is especially important for complex and congested networks with a mix of passenger and freight services. Simulation studies, trials and proof of concepts can be undertaken before our solution is adopted.

Driver information

Extra on-screen information about stations, ETAs and train size/type that drivers have found useful​

Safety and

A smoother journey for passengers whilst reducing wear and tear on the train from over-braking and accelerating​