This Project was proposed by Inabensa, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid and Universidad de Málaga. Its focus was on the development of a simulation tool which would include characteristics that are currently non-existent in the market. This development emerged from an internal need detected by the Engineering Railway Department (Inabensa). The result was, for the first time, an integration of electrification systems' design, installations and traveler-safety and energy efficiency, which focused on design as well as the exploitation.
The end result of the project was a simulation tool divided into modules. The concepts included were related to concepts of optimal location of substations, behavior of pantographs within the interaction with catenary, development of modules associated with safety in the vicinity of railway systems, both for workers, travelers and passers-by in general, and the effects on the rail system. In addition, we did not lose sight of the analysis of the energy re-use of regenerative braking with its corresponding systems of storage, use of renewable energy and efficient driving.