Turkey's first driverless metro Üsküdar- Sancaktepe (M5) to step up to a month Cekmekoy open. The M5 has been voted the best driverless subway in Europe by the International Association of Public Transporters. It is the third in the world. So how does the M5 work? Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (IMM) Rail System Department employees told SABAH. Here are the details:
- The SIL10 system, which is accepted as the safest signaling system certificate in the world where the error is reduced to 1 in 4 million in the metro, is used. The train has 2 computerized signaling systems.
All the movements of the signaling system 7 day 24 hours followed by the control center is transferred.
- There is an 2 control center at the Bazaar Station and Warehouse site. The system does not allow any human error.
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- Even in the hours when the Meter doesn't work, there are officers at the control center.
The first metro is preparing for the voyage at 4.30. He starts working with a mouse movement.
Everything is redundant in the subway, in case of failure. There are 3 energy supply stations. It works with huge lines even if the power generator in the storage area in Turkey.
- An empty train is ready between the bazaar and the Yamanevler stop.
-Metroda Peron Parser Door System (PACS) is using. Very important in terms of security.
-Trende currently has a staff of Istanbul Metro.
-Metro line is being monitored continuously with one thousand cameras. Images are being recorded at least 15 days.
'WE USE WITH ENVIRONMENTAL COMFORT'
One of the passengers, Hüseyin Boztürk said, “M5 is a blessing for us. We use it without fear, with peace of mind. ” “I know that this line is checked 24 hours a day,” says Thai Arham Eta. I find it safer than other subways because it eliminates the driver's mistakes. ”
Source : www.sabah.com.t is