Consulting for railways & industry

RailwaysSimcon's consultancy services (utilising Villon simulation tool) cover analysis, simulation and optimisation of railway and industrial facilities of all kinds, e.g. marshalling yards, passenger stations, container terminals, factory sidings, production facilities, etc.



3D visualisation services

3D visualisationSimcon offers the visualisation of your facility operation in dynamic interactive 3D virtual environment (built in Villon), including the animation of transport processes, detailed modelling of infrastructure, vehicles, terrain as well as buildings and trees.


Software development services

Software developmentIn addition to our outstanding consulting services, we also offer development of specialized made-to-order software products, particularly in the field of simulation and optimisation of transportation logistic systems.


Latest News
Simcon at InnoTrans 2018
Friday, 09 March 2018 00:00

We are pleased to invite you to the International Trade Fair for Transport Technology „InnoTrans 2018“ held on 18.-21. September in Berlin. We are looking forward to meeting you at our Stand Nr. 205, Hall 6.1, where we will present the latest development of our simulation tools and our consulting services for railways and industry.

Maintenance centre Paris Pont-Cardinet
Monday, 08 January 2018 00:00

In 2017, we have executed a simulation study for the maintenance facility for regional trains at Paris Pont-Cardinet. The goal of the study was to evaluate different infrastructure layouts with the aim to guarantee the execution of light and heavy maintenance of all trains. Within the frame of the study, the capacity of storage sidings to store reserve train units of SNCF Transilien was also under investigation.

Maintenance centre Stuttgart-Untertürkheim
Wednesday, 01 November 2017 00:00

In 2017, we have successfully finished a whole series of simulation studies for Stuttgart railway junction. The main objective of those studies was the verification of operational procedures at maintenance centre Stuttgart-Untertürkheim and at surrounding stations with respect to proposed service concept. Besides modelling of train and shunting movements, service activities, such as heavy and light maintenance, repairs in workshop or train parking by personnel, were modelled as well. Various operational scenarios were carefully evaluated with respect to given criteria: train departure delays and timely execution of all defined service activities.