The system comprises several digital services
Engine driver status and activity control system Engine driver's crucial work requires precise concentration and needs appropriate technical devices that could make routine simpler and easier. The engine driver status control system based on face image analysis assesses the engine driver's psychophysiological condition, line of vision, and ability to drive. Without a need to carry out regular conventional alertness tests, the system determines whether the engine driver can control the locomotive or if they need to stop or decelerate.
Besides, all violations regarding workplace absence or presence of unauthorized persons in the cab are registered and tracked automatically.
Obstacle detection and collision prevention system. Helps avoid collisions with various objects (e.g. trains, humans, wild animals, cars, etc.), keeping the engine driver concentrated with the help of alerts or activating brakes automatically. Such measures ensure higher safety and reduce accidents in railway transport. Also, the system can recognize hand throw switches (both point-to-frog and frog-to-point). Maximum effective recognition distance is 250 meters.
Easily configurable depending on the needs, the system can be installed on any locomotive.
Locomotive movement control system The system tracks the locomotive's travel line. On the move, the system determines the route and the locomotive's current location, detects signals, switch positions, and orientation of other infrastructural objects. This helps accurately identify the locomotive's travel line and save it for further analysis of work done, track the locomotive's mileage, and transmit the accurate current coordinate over a radio channel so it can be tracked in real time.
Remote control system. The remote control system allows controlling a locomotive remotely—with the help of a portable or stationary panel. The connection is established by means of LPWAN and LTE. Using remote control, the operator can switch between locomotives.
Automated control system. the automated movement system enriches capabilities of remote vehicle control. It allows the operator to not only control a locomotive remotely and switch between vehicles while keeping seat, but also assign vehicles tasks that will be completed automatically while one of the locomotives keeps moving under the operator's remote control. The task list reflects the main part of maneuvering operations that include switching from one way to another, movement until coupling with rolling stock, movement at a specific distance, etc. While in the automatic movement mode, the locomotive identifies obstacles and activates brakes in case of any hazard.