Alstom will employ 150 IT specialists for its digital product development center in Katowice

Alstom is looking for 150 new programmers, testers and other IT specialists in connection with the expansion of its digital product development center in Katowice, the company said. People employed in Katowice will create solutions on a global scale in cooperation with other Alstom engineering centers from Italy, Sweden and Belgium.

“In Poland, we are expanding local competences in virtually all areas of railway activity - from railway infrastructure to modern trains [...]. New investments in the center for the development of digital products prove the company's deeply embedded in the Polish market. Our IT solutions are built on stable and non-changeable platforms, ”said Adam Juretko, vice president of Alstom in Poland and managing director of Alstom ZWUS, quoted in the release.

Alstom has implemented the first level 2 European Rail Traffic Management System (ERTMS) in Poland on most of the country's main railway lines and a control center for the Warsaw Metro. In addition, it has built 30 centralized rail traffic control (CTC) systems, equipped more than 200 stations with computer dependency systems and modernized more than 1,700 level crossing signaling systems, underlined.

Alstom employs over 4,000 people in Poland. people and operates in 11 plants in the country, including three plants for the production of rolling stock and components - in Chorzów, Wrocław and Świętochłowice, a signaling systems production plant in Katowice, Pendolino service center, as well as Traxx and Twindexx service centers in Warsaw, Traxx service center in Toruń, the locomotive component production plant in Łódź and the Coradia bogie production plant in Piaseczno.

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