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  • Mipro successfully completes the Lääne-Harju Signalling System project in Estonia 

    Mipro successfully completes the Lääne-Harju Signalling System project in Estonia 

    Mipro is pleased to announce the successful completion of the Lääne-Harju project in Estonia, marking a significant milestone in the railway infrastructure sector. AS Eesti Raudtee (EVR), the client, officially started using the Centralised Traffic Control (CTC) system on the 4th of December 2023, completing the extensive project delivered by Mipro. 

  • Joensuu marshalling yard signalling system project completed on time

    Joensuu marshalling yard signalling system project completed on time

    Mipro has successfully delivered the new signalling system for the Joensuu marshalling yard. The Finnish Transport Infrastructure Agency (FTIA) made the procurement decision based on a tender on 7 April 2021, and the Mipro began the project in 2021.

  • Overview of the year 2023 

    Overview of the year 2023 

    This year, one of the most discussed themes in public discourse has been hostile influencing and cybersecurity. In line with this, our primary focus in safety management has been on information security and its management system, without neglecting other aspects of safety.

  • Signal+Draht 9/2023: Using model checking for interlocking software verification

    Signal+Draht 9/2023: Using model checking for interlocking software verification

    The application of different verification methods is a prominent part of the development process for safety related systems. Some methods are suitable for the early lifecycle phases, while others are best used later.

  • Signal + Draht 6/2023: Cost-effective evolution to ETCS with EULYNX RBC interface

    National railway signalling systems have gradually grown over time to include different solutions from several technology providers. There is no common standard for these systems’ external interfaces and interoperability has therefore always been a challenge. Typically, the integration between different interlockings, trackside elements and traffic management systems has been achieved by means of the tailor-made…

  • The significance of auditing as part of quality management development

    Operating in accordance with good quality management principles is part of being a mipron. Continuous improvement is an essential part of our work culture, and the insights and ideas for improvement gained from internal and external audits guide and assist us. Mipro’s management system is certified according to ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015, and the…

  • Creating a safe and environmentally friendly society

    Mipro’s core, railway safety and control systems, and water and energy supply systems, support and develop society’s critical infrastructure. We are deeply involved in developing a safe and environmentally friendly society. The past year has made the green transition, preparedness and continuity management significant themes of social discussion. What is crucial about the matter is…

  • A SIL4 certified signalling solution with flexible COTS

    The interlocking system in Helsinki metro and its western extension (2017) has been implemented using a commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) platform. The SIL4 HIMax based Mipro TCS-O interlocking has been controlling and supervising hundreds of trackside signalling elements and auxiliary safety-critical components, such as rolling fire doors, for five years now with excellent availability and safety.…

  • Mipro MISONET as a solution for centralising Laukaan Vesihuolto’s automation systems in a safe and cost-effective way

    The automation systems for water supply processes are often scattered from different service providers. Someone supplies the automation, another the control room, and a third is responsible for the telecommunication connections. The entity, implemented by different suppliers, can be unnecessarily complicated for the end user, and in the event of a failure, you don’t really…

  • The significance of in-person trade fairs in the railway industry in 2022: InnoTrans

    After COVID-19 hit, many companies switched from meeting partners and customers in-person to having endless virtual meetings. Teams and Zoom meetings filled up the days as we fumbled our ways through working remotely. The same happened to tradeshows; travel restrictions and social distancing made it impossible for people to gather in large groups and companies…