Dysten produced passenger information displays for the station in Radom in accordance with IPI-6 guidelines and integrated the devices with the Central Passenger Information Display System – CSDIP.
In total, DYSTEN delivered over 80 devices compliant with the IPI-6 regulation. Thus, PKP PLK completed functional tests this week. The tests were successfully completed for the displays delivered to the station in Radom, including platform edge displays (WPK), entrance platform displays (WPW), departure/arrival displays (WOP), information kiosks (INF), collective station displays (WZS), entry sensors to the platform and the operator’s station.
On June 18, DYSTEN was admitted to the “CSDIP world” of Polskie Linie Kolejowe SA.
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