Our products are installed in thousands of vehicles worldwide. In our references we show you examples of project solutions with TSL products for buses and trains.

Learn more about the usage of our push buttons, signal lights, acoustic warning sounders and lights in buses, trains, emergency vehicles and industry. Our application examples give you an insight into how TSL products work in the installation situation. Let our completed projects inspire you.

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ÖBB Railjet

With a top speed of 230 kilometers per hour, the Railjet connects the whole of Austria and also takes passengers directly to Germany, Italy, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia or Switzerland. Passengers in the business class of the Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB) can now enjoy the new TSL BL18 reading light. The Viaggio Comfort, manufactured [...]

London Crossrail

Regional trains with buzzers and indicator lights from TSL-ESCHA traverse London. One of the largest railway construction projects in Europe was launched in 2009 to relieve the London Underground. With over 260 million passengers a year, the Central line, which opened in 1900, has reached the limits of its capacity. The new Elizabeth line, with [...]

Quito Metro

TSL-ESCHA supplies double-sided door opening push buttons for the first metro line in the Ecuadorian capital of Quito. 18 metro trains stop at 15 stations of the 23-kilometer subway network. This provides the city’s 2.5 million inhabitants with an alternative means of public transport. TSL’s Presskey Series door opening push buttons are installed in the [...]

Eurostar 320 high-speed train

New high-speed trains have been part of the cross-border traffic through the Eurotunnel since 2015. The 17 trains from the British capital connect London with cities such as Paris (France), Brussels (Belgium) and Amsterdam (Netherlands) without any transfer. When crossing the English Channel (with a length of 50 kilometers and a depth of up to [...]

Hamburg’s S-Bahn

The new suburban train cars in Hamburg are equipped with numerous TSL-ESCHA products, such as the PK52 push button series. Since December 2018, the old suburban train cars have gradually been replaced by the new model. The new trains run on the S21 line in and around Hamburg. The modern trains feature three TSL-ESCHA product [...]

Electric buses in Scandinavia

Many e-buses equipped with the new hand rail button and integrated vibration feedback (HSTIV) from TSL are in use in Scandinavia. The Northern Europeans are pioneers in converting their bus fleets to electrically powered vehicles. E-buses have been operating on the streets of Helsingborg, Sweden’s eighth largest city, since June 2019. The new vehicles provide [...]

Leipzig Tram

The Verkehrsbetriebe Leipzig municipal transport company has been using a large number of door opening push buttons, signal lights, indicator lights and buzzers from TSL-ESCHA in their new trams since 2016. Of the 61 light rail vehicles ordered, over 20 are already on the road in Saxony’s biggest city. A total of over 1,500 TSL [...]

Moscow Metro

The Moscow Metro, one of the largest and most spectacular subway networks in the world, had door light strips from TSL-ESCHA installed for the first time as part of an order. The specially developed LED light strips use red and green LEDs to warn passengers when vehicle door are about to open or close. Part [...]

Fire trucks at Stuttgart Airport

PK52 push buttons from TSL-ESCHA are installed in the new airport fire trucks at Stuttgart Airport. To make safety a priority both in the air and on the ground, the airport fire department uses Panther 6x6 fire trucks from Rosenbauer. The high-tech fire trucks are among the most modern of their kind. In order to [...]

Munich Tram

TSL supplied PK28 push buttons, signal lights, indicator lights, and buzzers for the new light rail vehicles in Munich. The operator Stadtwerke München (SWM) ordered 73 additional trams in 2019. The vehicles complement the streetcars of the same type already providing passenger service. The new vehicles are scheduled for delivery as of 2021. A wide [...]