Manufacturer Dysten, in the task of Renovation and Reconstruction of the railway station complex in Węgliniec, provided and installed a Dynamic Passenger Information System in accordance with the requirements of IPI 6 PKP Polskie Linie Kolejowa S.A.
The tasks of the DYSTEN company were to provide the executive elements of the Passenger Information System for railways, the purpose of which is to provide travelers with full, up-to-date and automated passenger information.
The railway public address system has been installed at four stations enabling the emission of voice messages generated automatically by the Central Control Application of Dynamic Passenger Information PKP Polskie Linie Kolejowe S.A.
PKP S.A. is currently carrying out the largest investment in its history – the Railway Station Investments Program for 2016-2023. Another completed project is the reconstruction of the historic railway station in Bolesławiec, which has just been completed. The modernization cost was almost PLN 20 […]
The railway station in Wałbrzych Główny, in the Lower Silesia region, according to the PKP classification, has the category of a voivodeship railway station. Railway stations in this category with an average daily number of stops greater than or equal to 20 and with a public area greater than or equal to 100 m2 - are equipped with the main station train arrival / departure display.
Reconstruction of railway station PKP S.A. in Radymno The modernization of the railway station PKP S.A. in Radymno is part of the Polish Rail Investment Program for the period 2016-2023. The investment was funded by EU funds under the Infrastructure and Environment Operational Programme as […]
A modern system of electronic boards has been installed in the area of the railway station in Białystok. The Białystok railway station is the main railway junction of the Podlaskie Voivodeship. The international railway line Warsaw - Białystok - Vilnius - Petersburg, which is part of the E-75 Rail Baltica railway line, runs through the station.
The modernization of the historic railway station PKP SA Boguszów-Gorce Zachód, located on the railway line 274 Wrocław Świebodzki - Görlitz, has been completed. The DYSTEN company supported the investment with a real-time passenger information system delivered to the station building.
Wyświetlacze zbiorcze stacyjne WZS55Z Odjazdy/Przyjazdy o jasności 3000 nits z wbudowanym zegarem analogowym zostały zamontowane w holu głównym dworca. Firma dostarczyła i uruchomiła także system rozgłoszeniowy informacji pasażerskiej.
The station is classified as an agglomeration station - it handles daily local traffic - over 1000 passengers a day and is not more than 50 km from the center of a large city. PKP Polish Railway Lines provides for agglomeration stations installation of "station train display board", which present information such as:
The company installed the passenger information displays and launched the visual and voice system at the station. The devices compatible with technical and functional requirements – Ipi-6 are connected with the Central System of Dynamic Passenger Information of Polish National Railways.
The DYSTEN company supplied 55-inch WZS55Z station arrivals/departures displays with a brightness of 3000 rivets with an integrated analog clock, which were mounted on the wall of the station hall next to the ticket offices. Additionally, the space for travelers was equipped with 47-inch free-standing WZS47Z station collective displays. Train arrival and departure boards were produced in accordance with the current guidelines of Polish State Railways.
The next station implemented under the Railway Station Investments Program was handed over to passengers. The new building of the railway station in Malczyce has not only regained its historical appearance but has also been adapted to the needs of travelers and the needs of the local community. An electronic 'train station arrival departure board' and a public address system has been installed in the passenger service space
The construction of a new railway station in Nidzica has been completed. The new facility was created as one of the so-called Innovative Systemic Stations according to the original project of the Polish National Railways, under which 40 small, modern and environmentally friendly stations will be built throughout the country by 2023. DYSTEN has already equipped several Innovative Systemic Stations with Dynamic Passenger Information System devices.
The station in Nidzica has been equipped with ....
80 rail devices for the Radom railway station
For the station in Radom, DYSTEN company has produced passenger information displays in accordance with the regulation “Guidelines on executive elements of the Central System of Dynamic Passenger Information and Accompanying Infrastructure IPI-6” and integrated the devices with the central system. Double-sided displays with clocks were mounted on each edge of the platform. Info Kiosks have been installed on the platforms and in the underpass. Tunnels and underpasses are equipped with displays informing about train arrivals and departures. In addition to visual information, a new PA system has been installed.
DYSTEN station displays for the railway station in Czeremcha in the Podlasie province.
The new railway station in Czeremcha was opened to passengers by the Polish State Railways on 16.01.2020. Modern, ecological and fully adapted to the needs of all passengers.
LED technology is much more efficient in terms of energy consumption. DYSTEN research shows that the differences in actual energy consumption between an LED display and LCD TFT display ranged from 300 to 500 percent.
DYSTEN displays for Pomeranian Metropolitan Railway stops. Pomeranian Metropolitan Railway PKM, is a railway in the Tricity* area connecting Gdańsk Lech Wałęsa Airport with Wrzeszcz. The PKM line is 19.5 km long
Warsaw Commuter Railway introduced electronic passenger information display system along all lines served. In total, 45 platforms located at four stations and 24 passenger stops were equipped with 101 passenger information platform displays LCD TFT.
Innovative Systemic Stations (IDS) is a pilot project of the Polish State Railways Company, which assumes the demolition of the already constructed buildings and replacing them with new, smaller and more ecologic ones.
Częstochowa is the Mecca for all the pilgrims from Poland and abroad. It is the city which the Pope visits quite regularly. What is more, in Częstochowa the World Youth Day event was hosted. Tourist attendance is rather high, so decisive bodies governing the city have decided to completely renovate the Częstochowa Stradom Station.
Railway station in Kędzierzyn-Koźle is one of the largest objects of this kind in Opole Voivodeship. The building was modernized in the years 2014 – 2015. Completed work included adapting the station to the needs of disabled, the installation of the monitoring system, renovation of the historic elements of the building, which was held in collaboration with the conservator.
The Kraków Płaszów Railway Station is the second-largest railway station in Małopolska in terms of the number of passengers served, as many as 320 trains a day, so we are all the more pleased that our company has been selected for the project. Due to the high frequency of train departures, the station needed a large, legible main station display boards with the timetable for the next 9 trains.