The Trainyard Tech Reporter highlights yard trends and simplifies troubleshooting. It was built as a way to analyze how a hump yard is running and view the history of events in the yard in a concise manner.

 

The Reporter can be used to quickly view performance to find room for improvements in operations. Yard Supervisors can quickly find time humped in a shift vs time in idle or trimming as well as the average coupling speeds.

 

 It can also be used to drill down into details of how a device performed or controlled. Yard maintainers and technicians no longer have to hunt through several log files to explain why the system handled an event in certain way. The details of the cars specifications and how the system handled the car from the AEI to coupling point are all available in one place.

 

It is constantly being updated to give you new ways to look at your hump yards performance and putting detailed system information just a click away. 

TyT Reporter Retarder Graph
TyT Reporter Retarder Graph

Galen looking at a Retarder Graph. The graph shows the requested and actual position of the retarder and the speed of the car as the car rolls through.

Investigating an Incident
Investigating an Incident

The TyT Reporter makes incident investigation far quicker an easier than ever before.

Looking through a Car Log
Looking through a Car Log

The TyT Reporter provides a detailed Car Log for every car humped. This includes every measurement and calculation for the car, the retarder graphs, and all log files.

TyT Reporter Retarder Graph
TyT Reporter Retarder Graph

Galen looking at a Retarder Graph. The graph shows the requested and actual position of the retarder and the speed of the car as the car rolls through.

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TyT Reporter