Bareka And Rdso Developed Eott For Indian Railway On Varanasi

News Desk, Amar Ujala, Varanasi Published by: Geetarjun Gautam Updated Wed, 04 Aug 2021 07:37 PM IST

Saar Bareka and Lucknow RDSO have developed EOTT technology in rail operations. After successful testing, it will be used in the operation of goods trains.

Developed EOTT. – Photo : Amar Ujala

Indian Railways on Wednesday developed a new tool called EOTT (End of Train Telemetry) to upgrade rail operations. This device has been developed jointly by Banaras Rail Locomotive Workshop (Bereka) and RDSO, Lucknow. The equipment is state-of-the-art with unmanned and wireless technology.This device has been installed for the first time in electric goods train engine number 32266. After successful testing, this technology will be used in the operation of goods trains.

The EOTT tool consists of two parts. One part is called the Cab Unit (CU), which is fitted inside the locomotive to the loco pilot in the cab. The second part, which is called the Rear Unit (RU), which is installed in the last wagon.

Both the units are linked with each other through radio wireless technology. Due to which the driver and the operating center are constantly getting the account of all the work conducted by the guard. This technology is economical and reliable. It is also used in many rail networks in the world.

Explanation: The Indian Railways on Wednesday developed a new tool EOTT (End of Train Telemetry) to upgrade rail operations. This device has been developed jointly by Banaras Rail Locomotive Workshop (Bereka) and RDSO, Lucknow. The equipment is state-of-the-art with unmanned and wireless technology.

This device has been installed for the first time in electric goods train engine number 32266. After successful testing, this technology will be used in the operation of goods trains.

The EOTT tool consists of two parts. One part is called the Cab Unit (CU), which is fitted inside the locomotive to the loco pilot in the cab. The second part called the rear unit (RU), which is installed in the last wagon.

Both the units are linked with each other through radio wireless technology. Due to which the driver and the operating center are constantly getting the account of all the work conducted by the guard. This technology is economical and reliable. It is also used in many rail networks in the world.

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