Global Display Solutions is proud to announce the successful installation of its’ MIDAS ZIM displays on Chiltern Railways in England. This marks another milestone in GDS’s global reach, with tens of thousands of passenger information solutions delivered worldwide, from the Arctic cold of Norway to the heat of Nevada.
The MIDAS displays (ZIM) are recognised for its exceptional performance in diverse climates and environments. MIDAS displays (ZIM) permit Chiltern to communicate with its’ passengers in accessible ways. Chiltern Railways has praised GDS’s solutions for not only meeting the TSI PRM regulations for all travellers’ on the move but also seamlessly integrating both hardware and software into existing systems.
Enhancing Accessibility, GDS’s MIDAS displays are designed with accessibility in mind. The displays provide clear and crisp passenger information, ensuring that all travellers’, regardless of their abilities, have equal access to their travel information. GDS’s unique optical bonding technology enhances passenger experience and meets the highest industry standards. Enhanced accessibility is part of GDS’s broader mission to improve the passenger experience and ensure smooth and efficient travel for everyone.
About Chiltern Railways: Chiltern Railways operate commuter/regional rail passenger services in the UK, from its Central London terminus at London Marylebone along the M40 corridor to destinations in Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Warwickshire, as well as long-distance services to the West Midlands along two routes. Services on the Chiltern Main Line run from London Marylebone to Birmingham Snow Hill, Stratford-upon-Avon and Oxford, with some peak-hour services to Stourbridge Junction. Chiltern also runs trains on the London to Aylesbury Line to Aylesbury (with some trains terminating at Aylesbury Vale Parkway instead), on the Princes Risborough to Aylesbury and Oxford to Bicester branch lines. Chiltern Railways is part of the Arriva group, one of the leading providers of passenger transport in Europe, employing around 38,000 people and delivering around 1.5 billion passenger journeys across 10 European countries.