Communication-Based Train Control (CBTC) 101 - Standards, Concepts and Architecture

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The presentation would cover the following introductory topics:

  1. Define IEEE's concept of CBTC based on the IEEE 1474.1 standard.
  2. Difference between moving block and fixed block signalling philosophy
  3. Describe the 3 building blocks that make up a CBTC system (ATO, ATP and ATS) and how they interact with each other
  4. Illustrate the different CBTC architectures used in the industry
  5. Summarize briefly the IEEE CBTC standards:

 - 1474.1 (CBTC performance and Function spec)

 - 1474.2 (User interface req for CBTC systems

 - 1474.3 (Recommended Practice for CBTC System Design and Functional Allocation 



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This is an online webinar session.

  • Melbourne, Victoria
  • Australia

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  • Starts 28 September 2020 07:49 PM
  • Ends 28 October 2020 06:00 PM
  • All times are Australia/Melbourne
  • No Admission Charge


  Speakers

Naeem Ali

Naeem Ali of CBTC Solutions - Canada

Topic:

Communication-Based Train Control (CBTC) 101 - Standards, Concepts and Architecture

The presentation would cover the following introductory topics: 

  1. Define IEEE's concept of CBTC based on the IEEE 1474.1 standard.
  2. Difference between moving block and fixed block signalling philosophy
  3. Describe the 3 building blocks that make up a CBTC system (ATO, ATP and ATS) and how they interact with each other
  4. Illustrate the different CBTC architectures used in the industry
  5. Summarize briefly the IEEE CBTC standards:

 - 1474.1 (CBTC performance and Function spec)

 - 1474.2 (User interface req for CBTC systems

 - 1474.3 (Recommended Practice for CBTC System Design and Functional Allocation 

Biography:

Naeem Ali, P. Eng, Director & Principal Consultant at CBTC Solutions Inc.

Naeem Ali is a CBTC specialist and designer of CBTC technologies for 15+ years.

He has deployed 8 CBTC projects around world including:

- Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) YUS line 1.
- New York City Transit Queens Borough Line
- Makkah Metro in Saudi Arabia
- Singapore NSEW
- Jacksonville Monorail (USA)
- Newark Airport People Mover (USA)
- Las Vegas Monorail (USA)
- Busan Gimhae Monorail in South Korea

Naeem is based out of Toronto, Canada and works as an independent consultant providing
CBTC expertise. You can follow his blog, read his white papers and view his past webinars at
CBTCSolutions.ca