CFL calls for Thales to deliver new Connected Driver Advisory System in Luxembourg

CFL calls for Thales to deliver new Connected Driver Advisory System (C-DAS) in Luxembourg – providing a logical extension of the existing Thales traffic management system ARAMISTM, and prepares with this first step the path towards Autonomous Train Operations.

- CFL plays a major role as public transport mobility operator in the Grand Duchy
- The Grand Duchy has a total of 628km of principle tracks, 70 stations and 27 tunnels
- A total of 9 different rolling stock
- CFL is driven by meeting changing expectations of its customers, driven by a focus on customer satisfaction
- “A strategy driven by the interlocking pillars of safety, quality, innovation, knowledge and performance” in order to obtain customer satisfaction
- Luxembourg first country with free public transport since 2020
- CFL have strong focus on cost savings enablers
- CFL becomes more green through new CO2 reduction initiatives
- CFL sees ATO as next logical step to improve its business performance

The CFL ambition is to deliver a safe innovative, high quality performing railway service to ensure customer satisfaction, as well as delivering economic and ecological benefits to the Grand Duchy and cross border operations. CFL has a history of innovative approaches, Luxembourg being the first country to offer free public transport, and now via GreenSpeedTM* paving the way to ATO operations.

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