ISO , page 23 programme en A documented set of time scheduled activities, resources and events serving to implement the organisational structure, responsibilities, procedures, activities, capabilities and resources that together ensure that an item will satisfy given RAM requirements relevant to a given contract or project DIN EN VDE , progress project management en planning, organizing, monitoring, controlling and reporting of all aspects of a project and the motivation of all those involved in it to achieve the project objectives DIN-TERM quality en planning, organizing, monitoring, controlling and reporting of all aspects of a project and the motivation of all those involved in it to achieve the project objectives DIN EN VDE , quality assurance en part of quality management 3. Receives location information via radio from trains and sends movement authorities via radio to trains. Glossary of railway terminology- selection-EN-FR-DE, page railway control railway infrastructure operator en Any public or private undertaking licensed in accordance with the European Communities Licensing of Railway Undertakings Regulations S. Glossary of railway terminology- selection-EN-FR-DE, page real-time en The ability to exchange or process information on specified events such as arrival at a station, passing a station or departure from a station on the trains journey as they occur.
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Learn how and when to remove this template message The deployment of the European Rail Traffic Management System means the installation of ETCS components on the lineside of the railways and the train borne equipment. Both parts are connected by GSM-R as the communication part.
Various railway roll out strategies can be used. With this implementation strategy the wayside signalling cost is kept to a minimum, but the vehicle fleet that operates on these lines will need to all be equipped with ETCS on board to allow operation.
This is more suitable for new high-speed passenger lines, where new vehicles will be bought, less suitable if long-distance freight trains shall use it. Mixed operation[ edit ] Mixed operation is a strategy where the wayside signalling is equipped with both ETCS and a conventional Class B system.
Often the conventional system is the legacy system used during the signalling upgrade program. The main purposes of introducing a mixed operation mixed signalling system are: For financial and operational reasons, it is impossible to install ETCS for the complete network in a short period.
Having a fall-back solution minimises the risk to the operation. With mixed operation it is possible to run a line with both conventional and ETCS trains and to use the advantages of ETCS technology for the trains so equipped e. A route is locked based on the national principles by the interlocking system and the RBC is informed about the routes set. The RBC checks whether it is possible to allocate a train to the route and then informs the interlocking system that a train is allocated to the route.
The interlocking system shows the ETCS white bar aspect to all signals along the route including the signal at the end of the route and sends no ATB-EG code to the track. Movement Authority MA is the permission for a train to move to a specific location within the constraints of the infrastructure and with supervision of speed. End of Movement is the location to which the train is permitted to proceed according to an MA. When transmitting a MA, it is the end of the last section given in the MA.
Otherwise the signal shows the optical proceed aspect and the related ATB-EG code is sent to the track. As soon as a Level 2 train reports itself in rear of a route currently assigned for optical authorisation e.
Consequently, a Level 2 movement authority is downgraded to an optical authorisation after a predefined time-out if the driver closes the cab or a fault is detected that restricts the movement authority e.
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The RBC checks whether it is possible to allocate a train to the route and then informs the interlocking system that a train is allocated to the route. Spanish Railway Infrastructure Company www. Movement Authority MA is the permission for a train to move to a specific location within the constraints of the infrastructure and with supervision of speed . Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.
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Yonos Institution of Railway Signal Engineers www. The European Rail Industry association www. The RBC checks whether it is possible to allocate a gloesary to the route and then informs the interlocking system that a train is allocated to the route. Schweizerische Bundesbahnen — Swiss Federal Railways www. Italian wrtms infrastructure company www.
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