Developments of the 1520 Signaling Division at the "PRO//Motion. Expo
In October specialized issue of the ASI magazine, there was published an article written by the press-service of 1520 Signal Ltd. «Developments of the 1520 Signaling Division at the «PRO//Motion. Expo ». The article is based on the results of the fiftieth anniversary of the international railway salon of the 1520 area.
The article highlights the new systems of the Signaling Division of the 1520 Group of Companies (GC 1520), which were exhibited both at the exhibition site and at the open exposition area:
The new CBI MPTs-EL-20 is a Russian hardware and software platform for solving technological problems of the railway industry. It is based on Russian processors Elbrus and Spark and satisfies the requirements of the Russian Railways on minimizing the imported components.
Intelligent management system for transportation processes Rail TMS was developed with the participation of the leading Russian research centers specializing in artificial intelligence algorithms for all types of the railway transport.
An integrated system of train traffic control based on the radio channel was demonstrated on the example of the Zhetygen — Altynkol section of the Kazakh railways. It aims at improving safety and efficiency of the railway transport by increasing the traffic capacity, reducing operating costs, energy and resource consumption, as well as wear of the track and rolling stock.
The automated system for the integrated tram traffic control (ASKU DVT) was presented at the open exposition area. The system will allow modernizing the tram transport infrastructure by significantly increasing the speed of trams passing point switches, increasing the level of automation and work culture of operational and service staff (tram drivers, dispatchers and mechanics).
The article also tells about the virtual journey throughout Mongolia in the cabin of a locomotive, which everyone could go on as an electric train driver at the exhibition site of the Signaling Division.
The exhibition site of the Signaling Division aroused great interest among the visitors.
The full version of the article one can read in the ASI magazine (October issue).