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ARINC to install supervisory control system on LIRR branch line

MTA Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) recently awarded ARINC Inc. a contract to design and implement a supervisory control system for the Port Washington branch.

The system will be based on ARINC’s Advanced Information Management (AIM®) software platform, which features open architecture with train-control and train-tracking applications that can run on commercial, off-the-shelf computers.

ARINC also will install a state-of-the-art computer display for LIRR’s Jamaica 204 Control Room and Jamaica Communications Room.

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