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ERTMS/ETCS

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ERTMS/ETCS

DEFINITON
ETCS
TRANSTON TO ERTMS/ETCS
AXLE COUNTER
HOT BOX DETECTOR

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ERTMS/ETCS
DEFINITON
Europen Train Control System (ETCS)
Europen

Railways

Traffic

Management

System

(ERTMS=ETCS + GSMR)
ETCS, the European Train Control System, is an automatic

train protection system (ATP) to replace the existing national


ATS-systems.
GSM-R, a radio system for providing voice and data
communication between the track and the train, based on
standard GSM using frequencies specifically reserved for rail
application with certain specific and advanced functions.
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ERTMS/ETCS
DEFINITON

Standard equipment
Interoperability
Automatic train protection (ATP)

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Advantages of ERTMS:
Increased capacity
Higher reliability rates
Open supply market
Improved safety

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ERTMS/ETCS
DEFINITON

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ERTMS/ETCS
ETCS

ETCS LEVEL 1 SIGNAL SYSTEM


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ERTMS/ETCS
ETCS
ETCS LEVEL 1 SIGNAL SYSTEM

Point motion transmission


Permanent on-vehicle speed control
If necessary conventional signal system can be used

Communication infrastucture is fiber optic


Interlocking is free from communication
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ERTMS/ETCS
ETCS

ETCS LEVEL 2 SIGNAL SYSTEM


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ERTMS/ETCS
ETCS
ETCS LEVEL 2 SIGNAL SYSTEM

Continuous motion transmission


Permanent on-vehicle speed control
Conventional signal system is unnecessary
Communication infrastucture is fiber optic and GSM-R.
GSM-R transmit motion
Interlocking is free from communication
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ERTMS/ETCS
ETCS

ETCS LEVEL 3 SIGNAL SYSTEM


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ERTMS/ETCS
ETCS
ETCS LEVEL 3 SIGNAL SYSTEM
There is not block formation, there is in motion block
Continuous motion transmission
Permanent on-vehicle speed control
Conventional signal system is unnecessary

Communication infrastucture is fiber optic and GSM-R.


GSM-R transmit motion
Interlocking is integrated with communication
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ERTMS/ETCS
ETCS
Conventional

Level 1

Traffic Regulatory

Level 2

Level 3

Interlocking

Interlocking

RBC

RBC

Giving Motion
Clearance

Interlocking

Train Location Control

Track Circuit

Track Circuit

Track
Circuit

Train
Integrity

Monitoring Motion
Clearance

Signals

Signals

DMI

DMI

Transmission Motion
Clearence to Engine

Balise System

Balise
System

Onboard
Unit

Onboard
Unit

Balise
System

Balise
System

GSM-R
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Centralised

Interlocking

Trackside

Integrated

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ERTMS/ETCS
TRANSITION TO ERTMS/ETCS

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ERTMS/ETCS
TRANSITION TO ERTMS/ETCS
SIGNAL SYSTEMS
I. PHASE
SWITCH
LOCAL
INTERLOCKING
SIGNALS
CONSOLE
MOTORS

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ERTMS/ETCS
TRANSITION TO ERTMS/ETCS
CTC (CENTRALISED TRAFFIC CONTROL)
II. PHASE

INTERLOCKING AREAS (STATIONS)


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III. PHASE

ERTMS/ETCS
TRANSITION TO ERTMS/ETCS
ERTMS/ETCS
LEVEL 1

EUROBALSE
LEU
EQUIPMENT

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ERTMS/ETCS
TRANSITION TO ERTMS/ETCS
III. PHASE

ERTMS/ETCS
LEVEL 1
ON-VEHICLE
EQUIPMENT

JRU
EVC

JURDCAL
RECORDNG
UNT

ATP
DMI MACHINIST INTERFACE

Balise Aerial

Radar

Wheel Sensor

Eurobalise

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ERTMS/ETCS
TRANSITION TO ERTMS/ETCS
III. PHASE

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ERTMS/ETCS
LEVEL 1

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ERTMS/ETCS
TRANSITION TO ERTMS/ETCS
IV. PHASE

ERTMS/ETCS
LEVEL 2

RBC

GSM-R
SYSTEM
GSM-R
AERIALS
(RADIO
BLOK
CENTER)

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ERTMS/ETCS
TRANSITION TO ERTMS/ETCS
IV. PHASE

RBC

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ERTMS/ETCS
TRANSITION TO ERTMS/ETCS
1
CONVENTIONAL
RALWAY
ERTMS/ETCS LEVEL
2
GSM-R
Ve
RBC

CTC (CENTRALSED
TRAFFC CONTROL)

ELECTRONIC
INTERLOCKING

OBJECT
CONTROL

ONBOARD
1
LEVEL 2

SIGNALS
SIGNALS
(OPTIONAL)

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SWITCH
MOTORS

TRACK
CIRCUITS

LEVEL CROSSINGS

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STEADY
ATS
EUROBALSE
BALISE

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AXLE COUNTER
Measure machine that place on the tracks to count axle
number passing through the line

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AXLE COUNTER

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AXLE COUNTER

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HOT BOX DETECTOR


Measure machine that checks the axles and wheels
temperature and if the temperature is above the critical value,
sends signal to stop train.

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HOT BOX DETECTOR

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HOT BOX DETECTOR

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HOT BOX DETECTOR

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