Australasian Centre for Rail Innovation (ACRI) provides professional, independent applied research, strategic analysis, advice and innovative solutions for the Australasian Rail Industry on significant challenges and opportunities affecting Rail today and into the future.

Introducing the Australasian Centre for Rail Innovation (ACRI)

The Australasian Centre for Rail Innovation (ACRI) provides professional, independent applied research, strategic analysis, advice and innovative solutions for the Australasian Rail Industry on significant challenges and opportunities affecting Rail today and into the future.

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Recent News

Prototype end of train device

Posted 18.31.18, at 4:49pm

With only one manufacturer presently producing and marketing electronically controlled pneumatic end of train devices and with continuing adoption of electronically controlled pneumatic brakes throughout the Australian heavy haul rail networks, ACRI’s heavy haul participants have been developing a prototype unit constructed from off-the-shelf components with interoperability with Pilbara heavy…

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Research commences – Progressive addition lenses

Posted 18.31.18, at 4:46pm

Mitigating signal colour-misconceptions from prescription lenses worn by train drivers. Following reports that a point enhancer signal viewed through tinted multifocal sunglass lenses may cause a red signal to appear yellow, ACRI has initiated research  into evaluating the level of optical blur changing the colour perception of railway signal that can…

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Research commences – Trespass and Self Harm

Posted 18.31.18, at 4:41pm

ACRI is presently collating the national and international knowledge around rail trespass and self harm prevention with the aim of making this accessible to ACRI participants as a series of presentations across Australia and New Zealand. Dr Anjum Naweed of CQUniversity is leading this work and will deliver the presentations…

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