With over 20 years of experience in the transit industry, Mauell works with transit authorities, rail companies, signaling companies, and general rail contractors to provide Engineered To Order (ETO) solutions across an extensive number of transportation applications.
Mauell has experience in designing dynamic control panels specific to the transit and rail industry. The dynamic components cover a wide range of functionality from ultra-high reliable switches, track indication, displays, meters, communication, and alarming. Mauell Corporation takes pride in their ability to successfully deliver custom solutions with proven technology and services that meet clients’ individual specifications.
Grid and Tile Panels
Mauell Corporation manufactures grid and tile panels for use in a number of transit applications. Using a mosaic grid tile system, 24mm tiles snap into a solid steel support grid. This design lends itself to be easily expanded and updated. The mosaic tile technology has a low cost of ownership over an extended lifespan.
Mauell Corporation manufactures and integrates a number of switch designs for varying applications within our transit panels.
Through control group testing, switches are cycled through one million error-free depressions and/or toggle specifications. Supported by a flexible I/O interface, Mauell transit panels and switches are reliable and compatible.
With over 20 years of providing incessant operation to the New York City Transit Authority, Mauell Corporation's transit solutions have a proven record of reliability and performance. Our clients list includes major transit authorities and companies from across the nation including MTA/NYCTA, LIRR, SIRTOA, AMTRAK, and MBTA.
Rail Allegiance Services
Mauell Corporation provides an assessment service of control rooms and rail applications. Mauell will work on-site and in the back office with the control room and rail team to assess the critical requirements needed to address the 'pain points' of the application. Mauell Corporation will then provide a detailed recommendation report on how to optimally address those 'pain points' from a design requirement standpoint that can be implemented independently.