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Neue Überwachungssysteme für die Zugvollständigkeit

Anwendung im Bereich moderner Bahntechnologien
New monitoring systems for train-integrity. Application in the field of modern railway technologies
: Heger, D.; Horner, R.; Quante, F.; Salaba, M.

Brödner, U. ; Fraunhofer-Institut für Informations- und Datenverarbeitung -IITB-, Karlsruhe:
Fraunhofer-Institut für Informations- und Datenverarbeitung. Mitteilungen 1998
Karlsruhe: IITB, 1998 (Mitteilungen aus dem Fraunhofer-Institut für Informations- und Datenverarbeitung)
S.41-47 : Ill., Lit.
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Fraunhofer IITB ( IOSB) ()

This contribution describes the results of investigations and evaluations carried out on new systems to be developed for the control of train integrity. These systems are to work on the train itself without requiring components of the infrastructure. They maybe allocated to three train types: trains without electrical infrastructure, trains with electrical infrastructure without the use of bus systems and trains with bus systems. For all train types there were several possible suitable system concepts. For the implementation it was proposed to make first of all a workable system for trains without electrical infrastructure by systematically testing all critical functions. The most important reasons are: a system is urgently needed for the introduction of the FunkFahrBetrieb (FFB) and of the European Rail Transport Management System (ERTMS) on target by the beginning of the year 2000, even in the long run many trains will have no electrical infrastructure, such a system can be used for all types of trains. Regarding aspects of ergonomy and economy, there are much more attractive solutions for trains with electrical infrastructure. Here it is recommended that the next step should be the exploitation of synergies (e.g. for diagnostic, freight and passenger information systems) to modernise communication techniques in trains using the systematic introduction of bus systems and in doing so to integrate a system for train integrity control relying on the same technology. The development and test of the new European train control and management system and of its train integrity control component is funded by the European Union/DG VII.