The three most popular model railroad control software products today are Railroad & Company® by Friewald Software, Train Server/Computer Dispatcher PRO® from KAM Industries, and JMRI® from the Java Model Railorad Interface project.

We've looked carefully at the software available to model railroaders, and find these three products to truly be "la creme-de-la-creme". We are pleased to announce that each of these excellent software packages provides full support for CTI.

"RR&Co", "Train Server", and "JMRI" are all designed to work with CTI's Acela network bridge interface, so you'll also want to check out the features available on our Acela board if you wish to use any of these three software products.



We believe RR&Co. to be the most intuitive and easy-to-use model railroad control software on the market today. RR&Co's well thought out and highly intuitive graphical user interface means this software is very easy to learn and use, making it particularly attractive to users without computer programming experience.

In addition to CTI, RR&Co supports virtually every popular DCC system, including products from Arnold, EasyDCC, Lenz, Lionel, Marklin, North Coast, Ramfixx, Trix, Wangrow, Zimo, and others, making it a great choice for users who wish to integrate CTI's cost-effective discrete control and sensing capabilities with DCC operated trains.



Model railroaders who wish to operate their layouts "just like the real thing" should take a good look at KAM Industries' Computer Dispatcher PRO, because quite frankly, it is the real thing.

Computer Dispatcher uses the same state-of-the-art centralized traffic control (CTC) program used by numerous class I and regional railroads. KAM Industries has licensed this software and integrated it into their patented Train Server® software interface for use with model railroads.

Actually a full-featured suite of software tools, KAM's software programs provide for all aspects of manual control, layout automation, and dispatching.

In addition to CTI, KAM supports a wide variety of popular DCC systems, making it a great choice for users who wish to integrate CTI's cost-effective discrete control and sensing capabilities with DCC operated trains.



JMRI, the Java Model Railroad Interface is a collaborative, open-source effort to develop a Java-based suite of tools for model railroad computer control. You can use the JMRI toolset as the starting point for developing your open model railroad control applications, or use their higher level applications suite idrectly. You can build control panels, set up signaling, configure operations and control your layout using PanelPro. Going beyond the basics, you can use Logix to automate your layout's operation.

In addition to CTI, JMRI supports a wide variety of popular DCC systems, making it a great choice for users who wish to integrate CTI's cost-effective discrete control and sensing capabilities with DCC operated trains.



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