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Brian McGowan, Portfolio Manager
Read how Brian is helping our customers insulate and protect utilities and high-speed rail networks.
For the high speed rail line in France, TE provides reliable overhead line products
Learn how TE helps the Austrian Federal Railways protecting their network from wildlife-related outages while preserving a rare owl specie.
TE's teams worked proactively with a customer to meet a double challenge. SIMABUS innovative connectors were the right solution for the new railway traction substations requirements. Products were installed only 3 weeks after engineer's approval.
TE's Simel droppers met the unique technical challenge of the French National Railway company.
Read how Brian McGown, Insulation and Protection Portfolio Manager, is applying his more than 15 years of experience to help our customers insulate and protect utilities and high-speed rail networks.
Looking deeply in the most challenging and diverse market specifications for high voltage systems
Read how Gildas Nedellec is developing new products for rail, OEM and utility markets.
Product Development Engineer, Rail
Read how Bengt Johnnerfelt, Insulation & Protection Engineering Manager, is testing and designing products.
Read how Sean Lewington is helping us address customer requirements.
Read how Sepehr Semino is helping us address customer requirements.
Steve Rowland, Lifecycle Engineer Manager, Identification Solutions
The future of mass transit is here. Forget about running to catch a bus. In the near future, the bus will catch you. From WIRED Brand Lab in collaboration with TE Connectivity.
Train roofline systems must reliably transmit high-voltage power anywhere anytime.
Building transcontinental railways requires the right mix of global partners to harmonize connectivity across different high-voltage power systems.
Explore why the components that carry 25 kV power must be unique for every rail application due to the electrical, climatic, mechanical and other challenging constraints.
How low fire hazard, halogen free and diesel resistance identification has evolved to solve a rail need.
An introduction to roofline material and component selection.
Explore how thin walled cable technology is delivering rail optimization.
Read more about the development path of the A26 replacement polymeric insulator for the West Coast Main Line (WCML) project.