Relying on the academic strength of Zhejiang University, Insigma focuses on rail transit and green energy businesses, which are nationally prioritized. Insigma devotes to speeding up the process of independent innovation and localization, and providing solutions and services of high quality and high operational reliability, making great effort to realize the sustainable development of cities.
As the first electric railway in Africa, Addis Ababa-Djibouti Railway connects Addis Ababa (capital of Ethiopia) and Djibouti (capital of Djibouti). An Africa railway with Chinese genes The total length of Addis Ababa-Djibouti Railway reaches 7527 km, with the designed speed of 120 km/h and total investment of 4 billion dollars. It adopts full set of Chinese equipment and is built under Chinese requirement. Insigma provides its favorable BiLOCK computer interlocking system for this railway, which has passed the SIL4 international safety certification of“Greneral products”and “general application”. The “brain” of Addis Ababa-Djibouti Railway operates every half second The core safety technology of BiLOCK computer interlocking system is “fail-safe”. Those signal processors which are distributed on the track and stations of Addis Ababa-Djibouti Railway can collect data around the clock. It can operate every half second, with the total 5 procedures each calculation.
BYD “Cloud Rail”DEMO has opened on October 13th, 2016. The total length of the elevated line is 9 km, and the designed speed reaches 80km/h. It is reported that such kind of “cloud rail” can be applied in the main lines and business area in middle and small-sized cities, thus to solve the problem of “the last mile”. For BYD “Cloud Rail”, Insigma provides BitTRACON 800 UTO signal system, of which Insigma owns completely independent intellectual property. BitTRACON 800 UTO signal system is the first UTO system which has been put into operation, and lays a great foundation for Insigma’s experience in rail transit project.
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