September 05, 2019
CRRC presents innovative solution for rail transport at MES EXPO
At MES Expo, the Chinese world market leader CRRC is presenting signaling solutions that will significantly optimize the operation of public transport in main line and urban transmit. In the main line field, a better interoperable system to support higher speed is required, while in the urban transmit, signaling system shall solve the issue that the number of passengers who depend on public transport rising rapidly.
In order to satisfy the requirements, companies in public transport area are dependent on jointly building the unified international standards, introducing innovative techniques, improving the automation capacity, having trains run at regular and closely sequenced intervals.
To satisfy these requirements, CRRC has developed both SigThemis ETCS and tSafer-UC1000 CBTC systems which are safe signaling solutions for mainline railway, intercity trains, subways, light rail vehicles, magnetic levitation trains and other transportation modes that can be easily integrated into existing infrastructure networks.
"MES-Expo is a good place for us to introduce our SigThemis ETCS and tSafer-UC1000 CBTC systems to the industry. Important representatives of the industry meet here. Germany, Berlin is also a prime example of high speed railway and urban transmit. We expect to contribute CRRC knowledge and experience for the development" says Gao Kang, Director of Corporate Culture Department.
Further trend topics at MES Expo will be autonomous driving, electrification of the drive, digitization and connectivity of the vehicle. Under the auspices of the German Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers' Association (Zentralverband Elektrotechnik- und Elektronikindustrie e.V.) (ZVEI), the Association of the German Railway Industry. (VDB) and the German Transport Forum (Deutscher Verkehrsforum e.V.). (DVF), Dialogue Forums will be held for this purpose. The trade fair will take place from 5 to 7 November 2019 in Berlin.
More information can be found at www.mobility-electronics.de.