TPS makes it as finalist for the Railway Industry Innovation Awards 2018. We have been selected in the Environment category within this year’s Railway Industry Innovation Awards competition due to our innovative DC-DC Power Module!
TPS’ successful 100kW DC-DC power module is integrated into power conversion systems and it uses cutting edge Silicon Carbide (SiC) MOSFETs in its design. As a result, the power module increases power conversion efficiency and provides a durable galvanic isolation from input to output. This way it ensures protection for other equipment within the environment.
This product has been awarded “Power System Product of the Year” in 2016 within the renowned Elektra Awards ceremony and has also been shortlisted in the Product Innovation category at UK Rail Industry Awards this year. As we continuously strive to exceed expectations by developing innovative and sustainable solutions, being chosen as finalists again is a recognition of our credibility and efforts.
The Railway Industry Innovation Awards were founded in 1998 and represent the longest-standing awards scheme in the industry. This annual event aims to gather all players within the railway sector, or anyone who is interested in innovative developments in this area, to celebrate the brightest ideas in the industry. Within this event, we have been previously awarded with a Highly Commended Certificate in 2017 for our Mark 3 static converters developed in collaboration with Chiltern Railways.
The winners of this prestigious award will be announced during the Awards Ceremony which will take place on Friday 22nd June at the Hilton, Paddington in London. Join us on 22nd June to celebrate our innovation which has been shortlisted at the Railway Industry Innovation Awards and for the announcement of winners – it will certainly be a memorable night!
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We are extremely happy to share that we have been awarded twice for our Static Converter at the UK Rail Industry Awards ceremony (UKRIA) upon being shortlisted in 5 categories! This is the second time TPS have won in the Traction & Rolling Stock category, however this year we were selected as winners for Cost Base Reduction as well. The event took place at Battersea Evolution, London on 22nd March 2018.
TPS have won amongst impressive competitors that have also provided truly remarkable solutions. This demonstrates that our experience and capabilities are indeed outstanding and that our expertise allows us to offer highly reliable power conversion solutions to the rolling stock industry.
We have received two awards this year due to our efficient and reliable Static Converter which replaces the Motor Alternator (MA) equipment installed in loco-hauled coaches and trains powered through Thirdrail. Our innovative Power Supply can increase energy efficiency, provide substantial savings to the train operator and could lead to energy savings of over 4kW per journey compared to a motor alternator (MA) set. The Static Converter uses the existing mounting arrangement thus minimising conversion costs and provides a modern electronic MA replacement fully compliant with all rolling stock and network rail standards.
Please refer to link below for additional information on the product:
Datasheet: Static Converter – MA replacement
TPS would like to thank Chiltern Railways for their confidence and support in winning these prestigious awards:
TPS prides itself in offering highly reliable, lighter and efficient power conversion solutions to the global rolling stock industry. Rail operators and fleet owners are always looking for ways to minimise maintenance costs, increase system efficiency, improve power density and increase fleet availability and reliability. TPS has developed a suite of unique solutions for the ageing UK rolling stock, which provides all the aforementioned benefits at a value added price.
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Our intelligent solutions have been shortlisted in 5 categories at UK Rail Industry Awards this year: Cost Base Reduction, Environmental & Sustainability, Design Innovation, Traction & Rolling Stock and Product Innovation
2018 Shortlistings for the UK Rail Industry Awards (UKRIA) have been announced! During this distinguished awards ceremony, UKRIA aims to select and bring together the most important players within the UK rail industry.
The event acknowledges exceptional achievements of different companies, teams and individuals that are continuously striving to deliver innovative solutions to the UK rail network.
UKRIA 2018 winners will be announced on the 22nd of March at the Battersea Evolution in London.
Due to our reliable and efficient Static Converter, TPS have been shortlisted in three categories this year: Cost Base Reduction, Environmental Sustainability and Traction & Rolling Stock. Our converter could potentially bring significant savings to the fleet operator. This product can increase energy efficiency and could lead to energy savings of over 4kW per journey compared to a motor alternator (MA) set. Please click here to download our static converter datasheet.
Our successful DC-DC power module has been shortlisted in the Product Innovation category. TPS’ innovative 100kW DC-DC power module is incorporated into power conversion systems and it uses cutting edge Silicon Carbide (SiC) MOSFETs in its design. This way, the power module ensures highest levels of efficiency for power conversion and provides a robust galvanic isolation from input to output, thus protecting other equipment within the environment. This product has been awarded “Power Systems of 2016” within the renowned Elektra Awards ceremony.
TPS have been shortlisted in the Design Innovation category for the innovative, compact and highly efficient At-Seat Power Supply that provides reliable power to passengers to charge their laptops, tablets and mobile phones.
Join us on the 22nd March to celebrate all projects that have been shortlisted at UKRIA this year and for the announcement of winners – it will certainly be a memorable night!
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Meet us on 6-7 December on Stand A01!
Book an appointment with one of our team members – To secure your slot, please click here.
Why visit TPS Stand A01?
You will have the opportunity to see and learn more about our award winning converters designed for smart grid reinforcement and also discuss your specific requirements with our esteemed engineers in Smart Grid.
We are delighted to be displaying our Dual and Tri-Terminal converters that facilitate the creation of Soft Open Points (SOPs) on the Distribution Network with the purpose of capacity sharing. These power electronic devices are making use of spare network capacity at existing substations to enable Distributed Generation and Low Carbon Technologies.
Our Dual and Tri-Terminal converters were awarded with the “Best Electricity Network Improvement” at the Energy Innovation Awards 2015. They have also received first place at UK EIA 2017 in the Losses competition for having a significant impact on improving losses on the electricity distribution network. TPS’ innovative converters were installed in multiple sites across London and Brighton.
Low Carbon Networks & Innovation Conference (LCNI) 2017
Now in its 7th year, LCNI is dedicated to showcasing innovative engineering work taking place across the networks to deliver a brighter future for the UK energy sector. Taking place at the The International Centre Telford between 6-7th December 2017, the conference & exhibition will explore key learnings from electricity and gas network innovation projects, and will also provide project focused presentations, keynote speeches and multiple workshop sessions.
Book your place
To book your tickets for the 2017 LCNI Conference in Telford, please click here and arrange a meeting with TPS.
You can visit the LCNI website for more information: www.lcniconference.org.
We look forward to seeing you at LCNI 2017!
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Meet the TPS team on Stand E34!
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Why visit TPS Stand E34
We are excited to be displaying three of our next-gen rail products. These include our DC-DC Power Module, Auxiliary Power Supply (APS) for Monorail and At Seat Power Supplies (ASP’s) at the largest Rail exhibition in the UK.
Our DC-DC Power Module was awarded at the Elektra event for ‘Power Systems of the year category’ 2016. Our APS for Monorail systems is successfully running worldwide. Finally our ASPS product line are operating in over 1200 trains in the UK.
These products represent a tangible expression of our ability to design and develop innovative rail solutions.
TPS are pioneering specialists in Rail Power Electronics since 1987. Our Rail reputation has allowed us to work with customers on bespoke projects worldwide. Just a few companies can match the engineering pedigree that we hold. We have a proven record of successfully solving some of the world’s most complex projects.
Running in its 20th year, Railtex attracts international visitors and exhibitors all over the world. Including industry leading keynote speakers, all of which provide the ideal platform for the industry to come together and do business. There will be an exciting programme encompassing keynote speeches, seminars and discussion forums all devised to highlight industry trends.
Free entry tickets will be available to all visitors who pre-register their attendance before the 8th of May 2017. After this time, you will still be able to register online or onsite at a cost of £20 per ticket.
You can visit the Railtex website for more information: http://www.railtex.co.uk.
We look forward to seeing you at Railtex!
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