EMEF – Empresa de Manutenção de Equipamento Ferroviário, S.A was founded in 1993, resulted from the spin-off of Portuguese Railway Company (CP) Industrial area.
Strategies and solutions include: Heavy and Light Maintenance; Upgrading and Refurbishment processes on Rolling Stock; Assembly Inspection, Tests and Commissioning; Freight Wagons Design, Manufacturing and Upgrading.
Nomad Digital is a specialist in fleet connectivity and on-vehicle ICT with a wide range of solutions based around a future-proof, robust and highly scalable on-board IP platform, that include Passenger WiFi (internet) and local content portals – passenger information, infotainment and displays – as well as telemanagement solutions such as remote condition monitoring.
Toshiba started manufacturing traction motor and propulsion systems in 1899, and has always strived for technical innovation. And now, when environmental consciousness is absolutely necessary in technological development, Toshiba is creating new product value aimed at reducing environmental impacts while securing safety and comfort. Toshiba offers products and systems which can support activities aimed at protecting the environment, thus contributing to the creation of an environmentally-friendly society.
CP E.P.E. is a state-owned business entity owned 100% by the Portuguese government.
As an active player in society, CP assumes the responsibility for contributing towards the economic development and social cohesion of the country and its inhabitants through a proper performance of its commercial activity.
With more than 107,2 million passengers carried per year (2013), CP is one of the most representative Portuguese companies and the country’s largest land transport operator.
Nomad Tech is an associate of APNCF since November 2015.
APNCF is Portuguese Association for Railway Standardization and Certification.
APNCF was created on February 8th 2006, and has now more than 50 entities as associates, private and public, that develop worldwide economic activities in the railway sector (and more).
Among others, APNCF have for object: coordination of the standardization activities and certification of systems, products, equipment and services in the domain of the railway applications. Concerning the Certification activities: APNCF is an Inspection and Product Certification Body. Recognized as NoBo, as Certification Body and as ISA - Independent Safety Assessment Body.
In what it concerns Standardisation: APNCF is recognized by the Portuguese Institute for Quality (IPQ) – the National Standards Body – as Sectorial Standardization Body for the domain of Railway Applications, thus assuming the responsibility of coordinating the Portuguese Technical Committees for Standardization CT 143 “Railway applications” and CTE 9 “Electrical and electronic applications for railways”, mirroring CEN/TC 256 and CLC/TC 9X, thus actively participating at the European standardization activities conducted by CEN and CENELEC.
APNCF is the responsible body for the Chairmanship and the Technical Secretariat of the Sub-Committee CEN/TC 256/SC 1 "Railway applications / Infrastruture".