Hyderabad metro gets Thales signal systems

Our Bureau Hyderabad | Updated on January 09, 2018

Thales to provide the country’s first signalling system with CBTC

The Transportation Division of the French diversified multi-national company, Thales has provided the Hyderabad metro rail with its advanced signalling and control, and integrated communication systems technology.

The 30-km metro project was launched earlier this week by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. This is part of the 72-km-long metro project, which is considered to be the world’s largest public-private partnership mode project.

The elevated metro rail being executed by concessionaire Larsen & Toubro.

Services of Thales in India were enlisted to provide the country’s first signalling system with Communications Based Train Control System (CBTC) and Integrated Communications and Supervision (ICS) systems. In addition, Thales has delivered its comprehensive ICS package composed of data transmission, passenger announcement, passenger information display, fault repairing facility, office automation and information technology, CCTV, access control and intrusion detection, master clock, telephony, and voice recording and Radio Tetra Systems.

Published on December 01, 2017

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