Centralized Traffic Control

The system Centralized Traffic Management (CTC: Centralized Traffic Control) consists of several features:

Traffic Prediction

Show how it will evolve in the future traffic. Provides a full preview of how each train will move within the network. The forecasting model considers as input the official timetable, the current position of the trains, the state of infrastructure and operational decisions of the central executive (DCO).


Conflict Identification

Based on traffic forecasts, the system determines potential future conflicts in resource stations. The conflicts are identified and presented to the DCO through appropriate interfaces.


Conflict Resolution

When conflicts are identified, decisions must be made in such a way as to avoid such conflicts. Decisions must meet all physical and logical adjustments, including rules regolamnetari local. In interactive mode, these decisions are shown to the DCO. In fully automatic mode, the decisions are directly implemented by the system by issuing commands to the field.


Platform Assignment and Routing

As part of the process of conflict resolution, the system also transmits decisions to re-addressing, including the re-assignment of docks and routes available. Are taken into consideration the expected traffic, network status and local regulations.


Automatic Route Setting

When trains are approaching or departing from a station, it checks a fully customizable set of conditions for the block routes and then are released commands for signaling.

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