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  • Kazakhstan Temir Zholy concludes a roadmap for innovational and technological advancement
12 November, 2019 17:38

Kazakhstan Temir Zholy concludes a roadmap for innovational and technological advancement

Kazakhstan Temir Zholy National Company, Transmashholding (Russia), LocoTech-Signal (Russia) signed a roadmap of the joint projects on 11 November 2019 focused on innovational and technological advancement, and train safety, the national company’s press service informs.

Kazakhstan Temir Zholy concludes a roadmap for innovational and technological advancement  | Strategy2050.kz

The document was signed by Batyr Kotyrev, Chief Engineer of Kazakhstan Temir Zholy, Mikhail Rozhkov, Technical Director of Transmashholding, and Andrey Romanchikov, General Director of LocoTech-Signal.

Batyr Kotyrev pointed out that Kazakhstan Temir Zholy always keeps up to date and cooperates only with reliable partners with advanced technologies.

The roadmap provides for the implementation of the projects aimed at innovative technological advancement, improving train safety and the efficiency of transportation technologies.

In addition, the document includes a set of measures aimed at the development, testing and implementation of innovative technological systems on rolling stock.

“It is planned to integrate on-board locomotive systems by introducing a single “electronic map”, thus creating a unified architecture of safety systems and train auto-driving,” Batyr Kotyrev said.

The roadmap provides for the microprocessor centralization MPC-S and the automation of crossing signaling systems to ensure a high level of train traffic safety.

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