Now rail travel will be more safe, this system will not allow Train Accident

Now rail travel will be more safe, this system will not allow Train Accident


new Delhi. Rail travel in the country will now be more secure. Indian Railways has now decided to install advanced signaling system ‘Kavach’ to prevent train accidents. First of all, East Central Railway (ECR) will install it on some of its railway lines. In the year 2022-23, this indigenous technology (Kavach Technology) will be installed for security in 2,000 km network.

ECR’s Chief Public Relations Officer (CPRO) Virendra Kumar said that the system will be installed on Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Junction (Pt. Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Junction) Gaya (Gaya) Dhanbad (Dhanbad) Grand Chord route at an estimated cost of Rs 151 crore. Tender has been issued.

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Starting from the busiest railway route

According to a report in Hindustan Times, the 408 km long Pt Deen Dayal Upadhyay Junction-Gaya-Dhanbad Grand Chord route is an important and busiest railway route in our country covering 77 stations and 79 level crossing gates. The division has given permission to run trains on this route at a speed of up to 130 kmph. The armor will be installed first on this route.

What is ‘armor’? (What is Kavach system )

Chief Public Relations Officer (CPRO) Virendra Kumar told that Kavach is an anti-collision technology (Train Collision Avoidance System (TCAS). TCAS works on micro processing, global positioning system and radio communication. The device will be installed inside the cabin of the locomotives connecting them with stations located across the route directly through a radio system. The device has an inbuilt automatic brake system that detects the forward or backward collision probabilities of passenger trains through sensors.

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How will it work? (how will Kavach work)

Fully indigenous system TCAS (Train Collision Avoidance System) has been developed by Indian Railways. This system will not allow the train to pass when there is a red signal. It will also curb rail running at over speed and it will prevent the collision of trains head-on, as it will detect in advance whether any train is going on the track or not. It provides frequent updates of tracks and train status. If the crew of the train is unable to apply the brakes in an emergency, the Kavach system will automatically apply the brakes.

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