Collision-free Railways

Our Country's Anti-collision Devices network with each other and form an intelligent safety layer to protect railway staff as well as the passengers from dangerous collisions/washouts in floods. A more positive and aggressive implementation is needed in public interest.

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Wednesday, July 28, 2010

ACD Indian Railways

Now, Railways for CBI to probe Sainthia collision - Raghvendra Rao - ‎Jul 27, 2010‎
... Railways Corporation Ltd (KRCL) for a meeting to discuss the ministry's failure to implement the Anti-Collision Device (ACD) across the Indian Railways ...

Railways sits on ACD, trains continue to collide - ‎Jul 23, 2010‎
New Delhi: A combination of clash of interests, technology and sheer political unwillingness has left trains on collision course as Indian Railways has ...

Konkan Railway has patent on anti-crash device

Times of India - ‎Jul 19, 2010‎
This system is used all over the Indian Railways as well as on CR and WR, said senior CR officials. The pilot project developed by KRCL was commissioned in ...

Device that could have saved lives

Calcutta Telegraph - ‎Jul 19, 2010‎
G. Raghuram, the Indian Railways chair professor at IIM Ahmedabad, endorsed the use of ACDs. The devices constantly monitor moving units using radio ...

Runaway train rams another in West Bengal, 61 dead

Hindustan Times - ‎Jul 19, 2010‎
Monday's accident emphasized the need of anti-collision devices (ACD) on all the 19000 trains that Indian Railways ply across the country every day.

Inventor of 'Raksha Kavach' upset with Railways

Express Buzz - ‎Jul 21, 2010‎
NEW DELHI: Rajaram Bojji, former managing director of Konkan Railway Corporation, who developed the anti-collision device (ACD) which might have saved 60 ...

Column : Preventing rail accidents

Financial Express - ‎Jul 20, 2010‎
Indian Railways, over 63000 km long, is the world's fourth largest network behind the US, Russia and China. Safety is a vital aspect for any mode of ...

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