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SELTrac is a digital signalling technology used to control the
movements of rail vehicles originally developed by Standard
Elektrik Lorenz (the "SEL" in the name). It was originally
developed for the Krauss-Maffei Transurban automated guideway
transit system developed in the 1970s, and moved to the ICTS
vehicle when the Transurban efforts were taken over by an Ontario
consortium. First used on the Scarborough RT in Toronto, SelTrac
was the first fully automatic moving-block control system to be
used in production. SelTrac was primarily sold and developed by
Alcatel, through a Toronto subsidiary. SelTrac is now sold by
Thales, after it purchased many of Alcatel's non-telephony assets.
New versions were made for different markets, and today SelTrac is
used for rolling stock control around the world.
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