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A cutting-edge and economically advantageous SIL4 product, Train Control System (TCS) ensures the protection of both people and property. TCS is intended to prevent loco pilot error, which could result in a tragedy. Station TCS and Loco TCS make up TCS.
Station TCS is a network of control units, radio units, and a variety of passive radio frequency identification (RFID) tags put at all of the station’s key locations as well as block sections placed nearby. A speed sensor, RFID reader, radio unit, and display unit are all connected to the onboard control system known as Loco TCS.
In order to read the RFID tags installed between the rails and collect information such as the unique tag id, direction of travel, and unique track identification number, a loco TCS RFID reader is attached under the locomotive’s frame (TIN).
Through the radio link, this information is sent to the station TCS. Based on the RFID tag ID, the station TCS finds the train in its database and notifies the locomotive TCS of the impending signal aspect and distance.
The Global Radio train control system market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The Modern Train Control System will update the Indian Railway’s entire signalling infrastructure. Indian Railways has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the wholly-owned subsidiary of RailTel Corporation of India Ltd, RailTel Enterprise, to implement the Modern Train Control System with an LTE-based Mobile Train Radio Communication System (MTRC) after receiving approval from the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs Smith Systems Inc.(CCEA) and the Extended Board for Railways (EBR), the government of India’s think tank.
The four segments together make up the 640 km-long itinerary. REL will be accountable for the four pilot projects. The four sections are: Jhansi to Bina on the North Central Railway; Nagpur to Badnera on the Central Railways; Renigunta to Yerraguntla on the South Central Railway; and Vizianagaram to Palasa on the East Coast Railway.
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