Driver Advisory System (DAS)-Embedded Smart Trains
Light rail systems are growing in popularity, but they come with issues that only a comprehensive transportation system can resolve.
Across the globe, the marriage of technology and construction, combined with sustained urbanization and industrialization, has arguably led to various countries building efficient and effective modes of public transportation. In particular, light rail systems have received substantial investments from both public and private sectors, especially in second tier and satellite cities, as they often require fewer costs and less time to launch services.
In designing and planning an at-grade light rail system infrastructure, transportation agencies need to contend with both natural and manmade obstacles, which are usually not major issues with underground systems. In particular, light rail vehicles often share surface streets with and must maintain safe distances from other forms of ground transportation and pedestrians. Agencies must also cope with existing crossroads as well as construct overpasses and underpasses. A quality transportation management system should additionally be comprehensive enough that it can be incorporated in other rail infrastructures and environments, so as to minimize each subsequent railway line’s startup and implementation costs. Furthermore, the system needs to be able to intelligently manage functions such as power monitoring and maintenance needs, thus saving money and downtime.
Though technology has progressed adequately to support completely automated metro system infrastructure, at-grade light rail is not ready just yet.
nROK 1030 is a compact, rugged and entry-level fanless rolling stock computer with Intel Atom® x6211E dual-core processor 1.3GHz/3GHz.
NEXCOM offers smart train computers featuring a stable and wide range power supply, industrial-grade reliability and an extended lifecycle.
The vROK 3030 is designed for human machine interface (HMI) and passenger information systems aimed at railway applications.
Railway-News magazine Issue 3, September 2022: NEXCOM to Demonstrate Applications of Advanced Transportation Computer Technology at InnoTrans 2022.
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nROK 6221, based on Intel® CoreTM quad core processor E3950 (up to 2.0GHz), is specifically comply with stringent EN50155 standard in rugged, fanless and compac...
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NEXCOM introduces the VTC 1031 and nROK 1031, its compact mid-range vehicle and railway PCs, helping to fulfil commuters’ busy lifestyles.
After 4 years, NEXCOM is excited to highlight the strengths of its mobile computing solutions and domain know-how at InnoTrans 2022.
The nROK 1030 provides a complete solution for fully-connected trains, leveraging IoT technologies in day-to-day operations.
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NEXCOM’s Mobile Computing Solutions group brings you Movidius’ Myriad™-X-enhanced transportation computing solutions.
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Three awards have been obtained by NEXCOM during the 30th Taiwan Excellence Awards for transportation in-vehicle computer products.
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The newest member of NEXCOM’s Mobile Computing Solutions (MCS) railway computing family is here, the nROK 7251.
The nROK 7252 brings a greater variety of storage bays and power supply solutions, while maintaining connectivity and surveillance features.
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