Delhi Metro creates indigenous Communication Based Train Control flagging innovation
On 'Engineers Day', the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) made a significant stride towards the advancement of an indigenously-assembled Communication Based Train Control flagging innovation for the Metro with the dispatch of the I-ATS, which is a significant sub-arrangement of the flagging framework.
This model framework, just as a cutting edge research facility for additional creating other sub-frameworks of indigenous CBTC innovation, was initiated on Tuesday at the Metro's Shastri Park focus by Housing and Urban Affairs Secretary, Durga Shanker Mishra, within the sight of DMRC Managing Director, Mangu Singh, Bharat Electronics Ltd Director, Shikha Gupta, and other senior authorities from DMRC and BEL.
Mishra stated: "It is a truly pleasing event to begin something like this which will include to our quality the Aatma Nirbhar Bharat activity. The manner in which we have advanced indigenization in the improvement of Metros in the nation, I am completely certain that this Indian framework will likewise be sold outside, and we will be the pioneers here also."
Mangu Singh named this accomplishment as a significant advance forward towards the improvement of indigenous advances required for the activity of Metro rail frameworks. "This is a significant advance towards the improvement of an indigenous CBTC framework. I am certain that we will have the option to cooperate and scale more current statures to totally indigenize Metro railroad development just as tasks."
ATS (Automatic Train Supervision) is a PC based framework, which oversees train activities. This framework is irreplaceable for high thickness activities, for example, the Metro, where administrations are planned like clockwork. I-ATS is the indigenously evolved innovation, which will altogether diminish the reliance of Indian metros on unfamiliar merchants managing such advancements.
Innovation frameworks, for example, the CBTC are basically constrained by the European nations and Japan. As a feature of the administration's 'Make in India' activity, the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs had chosen to indigenize the CBTC innovation.
Alongside DMRC, Niti Aayog, BEL and CDAC are essential for this turn of events. DMRC has been assigned to lead this significant 'Make in India' activity.
To take the venture forward, DMRC and BEL went into a MoU for improvement of this indigenous ATS framework. A committed group of DMRC and BEL, Ghaziabad cooperated nonstop to make this significant stride towards 'Aatma Nirbhar Bharat'.
DMRC has chosen to utilize indigenous ATS (I-ATS) while overhauling the ATS of line 1 (Red Line) for example from Rithala to Shaheed Sthal, Ghaziabad. The equivalent will likewise be utilized in Phase 4.
A portion of the significant highlights of this innovation is that it can work with train control and flagging frameworks of various providers. I-ATS can likewise work with various degrees of innovation of train control and flagging frameworks.
It is likewise appropriate for presentation in Indian Railways which is currently presenting Centralized Train control, which uses part of ATS capacities, for an enormous scope. The prescient upkeep module will likewise be presented in the Phase IV halls utilizing the I-ATS framework.
Another MoU was marked at the event with BEL for indigenous advancement of "Moving Stock Drivers' Training System" for preparing in driving and investigating aptitudes for Train Operators. It will be a model of a train's driving taxi with a PC based framework at the back end, where distinctive genuine situations will be made to prepare the administrator on driving and investigating aptitudes.
The preparation frameworks, prominently known as driving test systems, acquired so far are moving stock explicit. The indigenous framework can be used for numerous stocks by choosing from among the choices accessible in the information base.