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In pictures: Bombardier's Primove transit system

Bombardier's new wireless transit system was tested in Germany last year

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Bombardier Inc.'s new Primove system enables trams to operate catenary-free over varying distances, everywhere, including on underground lines.

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A pickup coil underneath the vehicle turns the magnetic field created by the cables into an electric current that feeds the traction system.

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