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China’s urban rail construction has experienced tremendous growth in recent years. It is estimated that, by the end of 2016, 89 urban rail lines will have been constructed with a total length of 2,500 kilometers. The rapid urban infrastructure development may introduce safety risks in rail transportation, construction, and engineering. To handle these pressing challenges, China’s large-scale urban rail projects urgently required cutting-edge risk control technologies.
According to the Beijing Urban Overall Planning (2004 to 2020), the city will have 30 Metro lines by 2020, with a total length of 1,050 kilometers. The Metro lines will cover the entire main urban district and connect it with the new urban district. This will effectively relieve the traffic congestion in Beijing and will lay a solid foundation for the city to evolve into a world-class metropolis.
In the early stages, Beijing Metro under-invested in safety planning, design, construction, surveillance, and operations. Beijing Metro urgently needed to enhance the capability of safety surveillance management, accident prevention, and emergency response, to effectively prevent and handle critical and severe emergencies. As a result, the existing safety and emergency handling system must be optimized by applying advanced ICT technologies to ensure an efficient, reliable, secure, and future-oriented railway safety surveillance and emergency command center.
Huawei Digital Urban Rail Solution provides a network carrying platform, secure and reliable application environments, and large-bandwidth core network for the safety surveillance and emergency command system. The solution meets with transmission requirements of various services such as data, voice, and video services.
Huawei Digital Urban Rail Solution fully meets the requirements of constructing a network platform for safety surveillance and the emergency command center. The center effectively enhances Beijing Metro’s capability for handling critical and serious emergencies and optimizes the city’s entire railway safety surveillance and emergency command system. Furthermore, this project sets an example for other railway construction projects in the future.