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The Mainline in Thailand uses computer-based interlocking and colour light signals for modern railroad signalling. SRT is now putting CTC into place to connect the whole country’s signalling system utilising a fibre optic network.
This comprises all mainline extensions from Bangkok that have recently undergone double tracking.
Early double tracking projects used a normal interlocking system, but later projects—mostly in rural areas—were designed to upgrade to ETCS Level 1 starting with the Red Line commuter project and more current double tracking projects.
The Thailand Rail Signaling 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.
Thales in Thailand increases rail safety at 48 train stations.
Through a contract with SRT, Thales and its consortium partner River Engineering are assisting Thailand in reviving its rail industry by designing, providing, and installing ETCS Level 1 on four separate sections of SRT’s railway network, which will cover a sizable portion of each of SRT’s four lines (Northern, North-Eastern, Eastern and Southern Lines).
The initiative, helps SRT modernise its railway network by using ETCS as the default Automatic Train Protection (ATP) technology.
From Lop Buri in the north to Nakhon Pathom in the south to Map Kabao in the northeast, the signalling project will encompass 48 stations.
The longest stretch of 21 stations from Hua Mak to Laem Chabang that will have ETCS Level 1 installed would allow commuters to quickly and safely travel to the most eastern region of Thailand by rail.
In the past few years, Thales has developed substantial expertise in the transportation industry, including automatic fare collection systems and maintenance for the Bangkok Blue Line Extension.
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