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http://www.matra-transport.com <http://www.matra-transport.com>



http://www.matra-transport.com/gb/meteor/index.html
<http://www.matra-transport.com/gb/meteor/index.html>


        -----Original Message-----
        From:   Hal Hart [SMTP:[log in to unmask]]
        Sent:   Thursday, November 04, 1999 7:42 PM
        To:     [log in to unmask]
        Subject:        Re: NYC Subway

        Michael Feldman wrote:

        > ...
        > I got a tip this afternoon from a friend close to the project
        > that the Canarsie Line contract was awarded and that the French
        > contractor won it, meaning the Paris software is coming to NY.

        Yes, that computes.  I now remember further that the guy I talked to
at
        the SEI said his company had also done the French line.

        I have in front of me (taken from the SIGAda booth at OOPSLA'99
        yesterday) the very brief, half-page Ada Success Story titled "Ada
Used
        in the Paris METRO System."  It seems to name GEC-Alsthom as the
trains
        contractor and Matra Transport "for the automatic systems."  I
assume
        we're trying to track down the latter.  It says "For further info,"
        contact Alsys World Dialogue in San Diego.  This was a reprint from
        "Alsys World Dialog," Spring 1994, Vol.8, No. 1.  Presumably this is
now
        Aonix, and that they are now using ObjectAda is as good a guess as
any.
        BEN?   Anyone else from Aonix?   -hh

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