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Selected aspects of the selection of data sent to the vehicle in automatic rail vehicle driving systems

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Intensive pursuit in the introduction of automatic train driving systems, both with and without the driver in the cabin, can be observed around the world. Implementation of such a system allows for an increase in both the safety level of traffic and capacity of railway lines and consequently, an increase in the running frequency of these trains, which is extremely important in large urban agglomerations. One type of automatic train system is the CBTC class, in which a wireless network is used for data transmission. An important issue in the systems of this class is the problem of transferring information from the track to the train about the possibility and method of driving. This article describes the possible ways of sending information from the track to the train. The system of information transmission from track to trains (SPITP) was defined and discussed. The general characteristics of the CBTC class systems were presented. In Poland, a scientific project which aimed at developing the CBTC class system was recently undertaken. It is called rmCBTC and is being prepared as part of a project carried out by the Rail-Mil Computers Sp. z o. o. from Warsaw and the Faculty of Transport of the Warsaw University of Technology, co-financed by the National Center for Research and Development from the European Union Funds. This article presents the assumptions of the designed system and discusses the scope of data that is necessary in the subsystem of information transfer from the track to the train with the rmCBTC system.
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Tom
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Bibliogr. 18 poz.
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  • Faculty of Transport, Warsaw University of Technology, Koszykowa 75 Street, 00-662 Warszawa, Poland, kukul@wt.pw.edu.pl
  • Faculty of Transport, Warsaw University of Technology, Koszykowa 75 Street, 00-662 Warszawa, Poland.\, pgolebiowski@wt.pw.edu.pl
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  • Faculty of Transport, Warsaw University of Technology, Koszykowa 75 Street, 00-662 Warszawa, Poland, dpz@wt.pw.edu.pl
  • Faculty of Transport, Warsaw University of Technology, Koszykowa 75 Street, 00-662 Warszawa, Poland, rjach@wt.pw.edu.pl
Bibliografia
  • 1. Anuszczyk Jan, Andrzej Gocek. 2010. „Hamowanie pociągów metra z napędem prądu stałego i przemiennego przy wykorzystaniu systemu ATO”. [In Polish: „Inhibition of metro trains with DC and AC drive using the ATO system”]. Zeszyty Problemowe – Maszyny Elektryczne 86: 23-28.
  • 2. Bajon-Dąbrowa Mirosława. 2007. Podstawy sterowania ruchem kolejowym. Funkcje, wymagania, zarys techniki. [In Polish: Basics of railway traffic control. Functions, requirements, outline of technique]. Warsaw: Warsaw University of Technology Publishing House.
  • 3. Burdzik Rafał, Bogusław Nowak, Jacek Rozmus, Paweł Słowiński, Jarosław Pankiewicz. 2017. “Safety in the railway industry”. Archives of Transport 44(4): 15-24. ISSN: 0866-9546. DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.6158.
  • 4. Domin Rostyslav, Iurii Domin, Ganna Cherniak. 2017. “Estimation of dynamic performances of the safe operation of high-speed electric train”. Archives of Transport, 41(1): 7-16. ISSN: 0866-9546. DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0009.7374.
  • 5. Observatory of Automated Metros. Available at: http://metroautomation.org/.
  • 6. RailSystem. „Communications-Based Train Control (CBTC)”. Available at: http://www.railsystem.net/communications-based-train-control-cbtc/.
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  • 10. IEEE Std 1474; IEEE Std 1475. Standardy dla systemu Communication-Based Train Control.
  • 11. Karkosińska-Brzozowska Natalia. 2015. “Bezobsługowe linie metra w Europie”. [In Polish: „Unmanned metro lines in Europe”]. In: Conference of Student Research Group in Transport KoKoNaT 2015: 1-6. Kraków 22-23.04.2015.
  • 12. Kisielewski Piotr. 2016. “The system of IT support for logistics in the rail transport”. Archives of Transport 40(4): 39-50. ISSN: 0866-9546. DOI: 10.5604/08669546.1225465.
  • 13. International Association of Public Transport UITP. “Metro automation facts, figures and trends”. Available at: https://www.uitp.org/metro-automation-facts-figures-and-trends.
  • 14. Paś J, K. Białek. 2018. “Exploitation of selected railway equipment - conducted disturbance emission examination”. Diagnostyka 19(3): 29-35. DOI: 10.29354/diag/92003.
  • 15. PN-EN 62290-:2007E. Zastosowania kolejowe – Systemy zarządzania i kontroli jazdy pojazdu dla nadzorowanego transportu miejskiego – Część 1: Zasady systemu i pojęcia podstawowe. [In Polish: PN-EN 62290-:2007E. Railway applications – Vehicle management and control systems for supervised urban transport – Part 1: System principles and basic concepts]. Warsaw: Polish Committee of Standardization]
  • 16. Report on the implementation of the subtitle I.1.34 "Determination of the scope of data for systems transmitted to the vehicle" as part of the project POIR.01.01.01-00-0276 / 17 "CBTC system of automatic driving of railway vehicles, using a unique combination of two-way wireless data transmission and the components of the interoperable ETCS rail system, increasing the level of efficiency and safety in the agglomeration of rail transport." Warsaw, 2018.
  • 17. Report on the implementation of the subtitle I.1.34 "Remote reading of vehicle operating parameters and recording of data from service recorders" as part of the project POIR.01.01.01-00-0276 / 17 "CBTC system of automatic driving of railway vehicles, using a unique combination of two-way wireless data transmission and the components of the interoperable ETCS rail system, increasing the level of efficiency and safety in the agglomeration of rail transport." Warsaw, 2018.
  • 18. Szeląg Adam. 2017. “Electrical power infrastructure for modern rolling stock with regard to the railway in Poland”. Archives of Transport 42(2): 75-83. ISSN: 0866-9546. DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.0529.
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Opracowanie rekordu ze środków MNiSW, umowa Nr 461252 w ramach programu "Społeczna odpowiedzialność nauki" - moduł: Popularyzacja nauki i promocja sportu (2020).
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