The project's mission is the design, supply, installation and commissioning of a Traffic Management System (TMS) for the new railway control center in Ireland. larnród Éireann-Irish Rail, operator of the Irish railway system, and owner of the project, has invested the sum of 32 million euros for the modernization of its network of 2,400 kilometers of railway, the same that annually transports more than 50, 3 million passengers.
The new railway control center has been designed in order to provide greater efficiency and reliability to its management, as well as greater convergence with external planning, signaling, and passenger information systems, to name a few. On the other hand, it seeks to ensure the perfect operation and integration of the railway network in question, through an integrated system with a high degree of automation that will facilitate greater control capacity for a large part of the signaling existing in the network and prepared for adapt to changes and/or adherence to future projects.
The system will integrate regulation subsystems, Centralized Traffic Control (CTC), automatic routers, communications, network management and remote monitoring in order to optimize the circulation of trains, reducing the risk of possible conflicts and errors. It will provide easily accessible information to both operators and users. It will have an incident control module that will facilitate the management of these and improve access to the railway for maintenance tasks.
For this, a survey of information and specifications is managed in accordance with the regulations for railway applications CENELEC EN50126 (RAMS) and EN50128 (software management), through which the execution of the various project requirements is evaluated so that allow it to be adapted to your real demands and needs, in order to improve the traveler's experience.
Project type: Railway.
Ad Maiorem participation: design, development and validation of train management and control systems.
Location: Madrid, Spain.
- Enterprise Architect
- CENELEC - EN 50126-1 - Railway Applications. The Specification and Demonstration of Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Safety (RAMS). Part 1: Generic RAMS processes.
- CENELEC - EN 50128 - Railway Applications. Communication, signaling and processing systems. Software for railway control and protection systems.