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Rail Vision Delivers MainLine System to a Leading Latin America Mining Company

Rail Vision Delivers MainLine System to a Leading Latin America Mining Company

Customer purchased the AI-enabled obstacle detection MainLine system in October 2023

Rail Vision Ltd., a technology company at the forefront of revolutionizing railway safety and the data-related market, completed the delivery of a MainLine system to a leading Latin American (LATAM) mining company. In addition to the delivery of the system, Rail Vision is providing supervision, guidance, and training services as part of the $500,000 purchase order.


“Despite the prevailing challenges in Israel, we successfully delivered the MainLine system to our valued new customer in Latin America – right on schedule. This achievement is a testament to our team’s resilience, commitment, and unwavering dedication to our customers,” said Shahar Hania, CEO of Rail Vision. “Importantly, our work with this customer extends beyond just delivery of the MainLine system. This is an integral part of our customer-centric approach, ensuring they have the support to seamlessly integrate our systems into their operations. I believe this level of service is what sets Rail Vision apart and reinforces our reputation as a reliable partner.”

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The MainLine system, designed to overcome the challenges of the modern train industry, supports operators in identifying potential obstacles on the tracks, such as people, rocks, debris, and vehicles, at a distance of up to two kilometers (1.2 miles), even in challenging weather and light conditions, improving the safety of train operations, preventing collisions, and reducing downtime. Rail Vision’s products combines sensitive imaging sensors with artificial intelligence and deep learning technologies to detect and classify obstacles on and near the tracks generating real-time visual and acoustic alerts for the driver and the operator’s command-and-control center.

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The LATAM mining company will benefit from Rail Vision’s robust MainLine Advance Driver Assistance System (ADAS) which uses high-end electro-optical sensors, machine learning algorithms, and edge computing capabilities to improve safety of train operations, providing operators with accurate and timely information to make informed decisions. This comprehensive approach ensures that the MainLine system is seamlessly integrated into the customer’s existing infrastructure and operations, minimizing disruption and downtime during implementation.

The global railroad market was valued at $281 billion in 2022 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.6% through 2030. The global railway signaling market was valued at $20 billion in 2022 and projected to surpass $31 billion by 2030.

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