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Company history
BUSE was established in 1992 becoming a significant world producer of information and control systems for public transport. BUSE combines high-quality products with a convincing price level. All these aspects put BUSE among leading world suppliers. Consulting, planning, development, realisation, reliable after sales service together with long warranty conditions are all provided from one source.
With the entry of the Czech Republic into the European Community, BUSE Wuppertal a 100 subsidiary, was established in 2004. It was a decision to provide better support, service and consulting for the European customers – in short, a professional, skilled and experienced team to support your needs.
Product range
DCS - Dispatching Control Systems for Public Transports
  • This is a modern on-board control, communication and information system, which significantly improves support decisions during public transports. All from one source the BUSE DCS system for public transport provides control in real time, enables the transfer of information to passengers and drivers and passes technical and transport data from the vehicle to the central database. It also provides an automatic data transfer in both directions in depots. Another technical aspect is the influence on switches and traffic lights setups.
Passenger Information Systems
  • Interior and exterior signs. In any technology (DOT, DOT-LED, LED, multicolour LED, LCD, VFD, TFT). BUSE produces its self patented DOT-LED strips with the basic advantage of an equal and perfect text indication in any lighting conditions. BUSE technology of electromagnetic DOT-LED strips is based on the principle of a common cell, where the rotating magnetic disc in diameter 10 or 15 mm and LED diode is applied.
  • Stationary signs. For ticketing and information systems on stations and airport halls, for traffic control (highways, parking lots), transport status information and for the industry (production halls, stores).
  • Acoustic annunciators. The digital annunciator is determined to provide acoustic information paralelly up to three independent channels for passengers inside the vehicle, outside the vehicle and the driver. It enables processing of acoustic announcements, stored in memory preferentially in MP3 format with respect to a high compression rate of 1:12 and good quality reproduction MP3 files. The memory capacity is 32 MB and the frequency is 22 kHz, the length of acoustic record is approximately 120 minutes. Interface IBIS, TIA/EI-485, CAN with IBIS, BUSE and customised communication protocols.
  • Control units. The backlight keyboard (OPTION) and the data record on memory card are determined for controlling all peripheries compatible according to VDV 300 (IBIS) and devices connected to interface TIA/EIA – 485, 232 (RS 485, 232), resp. CAN in public transport vehicles as a part of control and passenger information system in the required configuration.
References
Metro do Porto – 72 trains equipped with a total of 450 signs;
CP – 34 trains (CP2000) equipped with a total of 370 signs.

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