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By the looks of it that's Tre-Sim, the version of SimSig made for Network Rail (or who ever it is now). As Geoff M has said (and has been repeated many times no doubt) he is under contractual agreement not to release any IECC he has produced for Network Rail, but he can upgrade the panels he has already released.

Basically Tre-Sim has produced all the IECCs I believe, which means at this time there will never be any new panels released for SimSig which are IECCs.

Ian
 

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bluecont said:
By the looks of it that's Tre-Sim, the version of SimSig made for Network Rail (or who ever it is now). As Geoff M has said (and has been repeated many times no doubt) he is under contractual agreement not to release any IECC he has produced for Network Rail, but he can upgrade the panels he has already released.

Basically Tre-Sim has produced all the IECCs I believe, which means at this time there will never be any new panels released for SimSig which are IECCs.

Ian
Here are some words of the man himself from what has been spoken on the SimSig forum:

For the record, these are the computerised signalboxes I know of:

IECC:
Ashford
Upminster
Liverpool Street
Marylebone
Slough New
Swindon B
York (inc Leeds)
Yoker
Tyneside
Merseyrail/Sandhills

WestCAD:
Leamington Spa
Nairn
Temporary screen for St Pancras
Stratford ('C' I think it's called)

Siemens:
Bournemouth

GETR: (MCS)
Dartford / North Kent (at Ashford)
Horsham?
Parts of the WCML
Stoke

Alcatel/Ansaldo (can't remember which):
Manchester South

IECCs and GETR are definitely out. The WestCADs are pretty simple and boring. Bournemouth is pretty quiet as well (small area).

Geoff M.
 
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