Infotec passenger information displays

Award-winning passenger information displays

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Largest RGB to date


Infotec's striking RGB displays use our latest tsPlayer software for flexible and adaptive presentations.

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Coming to a station near you (watch this space to find out which one!) …. the UK rail’s largest RGB LED display to date is set to be installed following successful Factory Acceptance Testing (FAT) at Infotec’s headquarters in Leicestershire. 

The display uses Infotec’s latest tsPlayer software for flexible and adaptive presentations. Data used by the displays comes from multiple sources, provided through Infotec’s Apion open data and open architecture data interface.

Our bespoke RGB LED control electronics feature a number of unique innovations to ensure continuous and fault-free operation for many years.

With its striking appearance and outstandingly smooth graphics, these new displays pack a punch in delivering easy-to-understand information in formats that will transform your station.

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Infotec creates Elizabeth line passenger information displays

Infotec has designed and manufactured displays for the Elizabeth line including ones with new controller electronics that show different content from a single incoming interface.


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Positive reactions to training

A CIS maintenance training course for delegates from Network Rail in Scotland has generated postive feedback.


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Environmental audit success

Infotec is committed to high standards of environmental compliance from design through to end of life disposal and a recent audit has verified its success.


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Cyber secure

Infotec has demonstrated its commitment to cyber security with customers and other interested parties.


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Dual language displays for TfW

Dozens of Infotec displays have been introduced at Swansea as part of the Transport for Wales (TfW) ‘Station Improvement Vision’.