RailNext and Metrowagonmash-Service to Cooperate in the Use of Machine Vision in the Metro

Kazan. May 18, 2021. A memorandum of cooperation in the field of the development and implementation of digital technologies in the maintenance services of the Moscow Metro rolling stock was signed in the Popov Technology Park in Innopolis (a special economic zone) as part of the visit of a Transmashholding (TMH) delegation. The document will allow optimizing the maintenance process and improving the quality and safety of transportation.

The memorandum was signed by RailNext General Director Bulat Shafigullin and TMH Deputy General Director for Urban Transport Development Andrey Vasilyev.

RailNext (part of the LocoTech-Signal Group) began creating a competence center for driverless technologies in the Innopolis special economic zone in 2020. The center’s main task is the implementation of CTRL@VISION machine vision technology for driverless metro train operation. CTRL@VISION can analyze big data files and make optimum decisions in a blink of an eye.

“Digitalization covers more and more transport engineering areas, and we use the latest solutions at Transmashholding. This is also true for rolling stock maintenance; Metrowagonmash-Service is already implementing several service digitalization projects in the Moscow Metro. We are sure that cooperation with RailNext will be a mutually beneficial, long-term, and promising one, and it will allow us to expand the use of new technologies in our work,” said Andrey Vasilyev, TMH Deputy General Director for Urban Transport Development.

Source: locotech-signal

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