The rapid progress of energy storage systems allows buses and trains to operate electrically on ever longer stretches of track without overhead contact lines.
Key elements are the performance and reliability of the charging stations and the communication between the vehicle and the infrastructure.
Together with Opbrid SL, acquired in 2016, Furrer+Frey have been involved in these developments from the very beginning and is now also involved in the development of international standards.
Tried and tested, modularly adaptable charging systems are now available for both buses and trains.