China launches world’s first smart train service

One of the main conditions for running trains is the railway line. It can be broad gauge or meter gauge. But the train will run without the railway! The name of this sophisticated train is the smart train, without the railway track. The train capable of traveling through the city through a virtual line programmed on the computer. For the convenience of pedestrians and other vehicles, only two parallel lines have been drawn on its way. Recently, Smart Train service has started in Zhouzhhou, Hunan province of China. China has added new dimensions to the transportation system

The company named the Chinese railway transit firm named ‘Smart Bus’. The train is 30 meters long and fully electric powered. Once charged, the train can go up to 25 km continuously. With this, the connection of the white stained sensors was made in such a way that the train could not be alienated from the white line in any adverse event. In the first phase, the train has three rooms that can accommodate up to 300 passengers together. In the next version, the idea of ​​carrying capacity of 500 is going on. Instead of conventional metal tires, rubber tires

Without a railway track ‘Smart Train’, the name of this modern railway communication in China is ‘Autonomous Rail Rapid Transit’. In short ART. Chief engineer Feng Jianghua, without the railways’ smart train, said that the cost of building smart trains compared to the conventional metro or tram is very low. There is no need to create a separate road for the railway line. The train will run completely automated. But for some basic instructions, a driver will be employed. Its maximum speed is 70 kilometers per hour. In addition to other vehicles on the city streets, there is also a special train system designed to facilitate movement. At present, the movement of the train is limited to four stations at the distance of 3.1 kilometers from Zhouzhou city, but it is planned that this train will be run in other cities of China in future.-NDTV

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