The SEGULA Tecnologías España S.A.U. Company joins the Association

segula tecnologias reunion
segula tecnologias reunion

Segula Technologies, international engineering consultancy group specialized in the most advanced innovation, joins the Spanish Railway Association.

SEGULA Tecnologías España S.A.U., within the international engineering consultancy group called SEGULA Technologies, specializes in the most advanced innovation. The company has been present in Spain since 2002, offering engineering services. Formed by a large team of experts, with more than 1,000 professionals in Spain, it works for the main railway companies in terms of technical assistance, PLM consultancy and integral projects of high technological value.

Areas of Expertise

As regards the rolling stock, companies like CAF, Talgo, Stadler and Alstom rely on the experience and the good work of their equipment. In this field, they have six areas of specialization for the global development of integral projects in their Center of Excellence located in Saragossa where they own more than 1000m2 of Technical Office: Structures, interior design, conceptual studies, electrical and mechanical installations, bogies and machinery.

In addition, they carry out other projects of various kinds, such as the design of exterior surfaces, technical documentation, maintenance manuals, part lists, corrective actions, calculation and simulation by FEM finished elements, control station studies, ergonomics, etc., complementing them with technical assistance works in areas as Logistics Engineers, Application, ERTMS / RAMS, Safety, TCMS, SW / HW Engineers and Design Engineers. Regarding its incorporation to Mafex, the Chief Executive Officer of the World Railway Division, José Ángel Martín, believes that this is an opportunity to join efforts and advance the company’s strategy for the future years that will focus on the “internationalization of the “know-how” of the International Center of Excellence in rolling stock development, a benchmark in Spain”. Therefore, Martin says that, “At present, we are negotiating with large rolling stock manufacturing companies that do not have factories in Spain, with the objective of making an enormous leap with respect to our competition”.