About Clarian Technologies
Starting with automated transit systems (subway, ART system, monorail, people movers, etc.), Clarian has developed technologies to provide real-time optimization of energy consumption using rate control and power modulation technologies that supplement existing safety-critical onboard and wayside ATC controls as well enable presence-awareness in vehicles so that they can operate in unison, rather than autonomously as they do today. These capabilities in turn create broader network energy efficiencies, smoother ride and reduced wear and tear, increased capacity, and reduced rolling stock and power infrastructure requirements.As part of its research and development efforts, Clarian has developed a suite of energy modeling and simulation tools. These tools can be used by transit agencies and/or system operators as part of either the design process or operational configuration to optimize or re-configure existing operations to begin realizing immediate energy cost-savings.
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Clarian Technologies's headquarters is located at Seattle.
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Competitors of Clarian Technologies include Encycle, Onzo, Lucid Design Group, Outsmart Power Systems, Alert Me and 13 more.
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