Vorträge und Posterpräsentationen (mit Tagungsband-Eintrag):
M. Sünder, A. Schöbel, M. Pisek, Th. Maly:
"Checkpoint Systems and their Integration into Solid State Interlockings for Automatic Train Supervision";
Vortrag: Moderne Schienenfahrzeuge,
- 21.09.2005; in: "ZEVrail Glasers Annalen 129. Tagungsband SFT Graz 2005",
The introduction of the new OeBB management operation system has to result in an increase in safety and quality and/or a reduction of operational costs. These goals can only be achieved by concentrating the responsible staff on a few locations. Consequently, the traditional train supervision has to be replaced by a technical solution the so-called Checkpoints. Checkpoints can be defined as trackside locations where trains are examined to detect any deviation from nominal condition. In February 2003 the project "The integration of Checkpoint systems into solid state interlockings for automatic train supervision" was officially started. It is supported by the Austrian Federal ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology (bmvit). In autumn 2004, the Checkpoint-Prototype has gone into operation on the railway line between Vienna and the Austrian-Hungarian border.
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