The ARCS team has extensive hands on experience with many of the systems which form part of rail systems. These include train control, traction power SCADA, passenger information, train control room design and build, CCTV monitoring room design and build, fire and life safety systems, including tunnel ventilation control.
We are able to undertake any role required by clients from being a technical advisor through to provision of an EPCM service.
We improve our clients business through the use of technology, be this through development of new systems, application of existing technology to solve a client’s problem or using systems to improve productivity and sustainability.
WATER AND SEWERAGE
Using our experience in asset condition assessment and the use of modern control systems we enhance system performance for owners of water and sewerage services through an end to end service.
The ARCS team has extensive experience in all aspects of smart city projects, from design through to construction and commissioning and we are able to assist clients in all aspects of smart cities, from go to whoa!
companies we've worked with
THE ARCS GROUP PROJECTS
Projects and Case Studies
In 2018 ARCS were engaged by Main Roads WA (MRWA) to assist with a problem that had arisen from the recently opened extension of the northern freeway. As part of this freeway extension project MRWA provided a path for joint use by pedestrians and cyclists. Site constraints resulted in a 400 metre section of this path being built adjacent to the noise wall, which resulted in numerous complaints in relation to light spill from residents on the other side of the noise wall.
The ARCS Group has identified a simple and elegant solution to reducing potential buckling in railways. Variations in ambient temperatures during hot and cold weather can cause rail buckles and breaks in the rai impacting the safe running of trains. It is both costly to the asset owner and operator and dangerous to rail passengers and users. Traditional methods and controls apply system wide speed restrictions based on BOM current temperature predictions often this does not accurately reflect the true conditions of the rail.