“Integrity points” – a new approach for generating reference points
Reference points are an important pillar of localisation systems. Such points are well defined, and their “true” location is known very accurately. In current train localisation systems, such reference points are typically fixed on the track (e.g. Eurobalises or track clear detection units). Because of their proven reliability and ease of installation, such reference points are used within train protection and train management systems. But a major drawback of these points are the high installation and maintenance costs (CAPEX and OPEX).
Interview: Christoph Weirich
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A WORD FROM CHRISTOPH WEIRICH, LOCALISATION EXPERT AT DB NETZ AG AND WP2 LEADER.
" WP2 has to be seen in its interactions of all deliverables, from user requirements to system requirements and safety considerations to architecture and interface definition."View more