South Africa’s Gauteng New Control Center is in Operation

14 October 2015 Wednesday, 16:45

Siemens builds a new state-of-the art control center for centralized rail traffic management called the Gauteng Nerve Centre (GNC) in the province of Gauteng, which is operational and will start with the changeover of stations from January. The new operations control center now accommodates the existing 35 control rooms in one place. The GNC constantly monitors each and every one of the over 600 trains in operation every day, and can immediately respond to any operating failures, accidents and other incidents. Siemens has been upgrading the signaling systems for the entire railway network of the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) since 2011.

Siemens builds a new state-of-the art control center for centralized rail traffic management called the Gauteng Nerve Centre (GNC) in the province of Gauteng, which is operational and will start with the changeover of stations from January. The new operations control center now accommodates the existing 35 control rooms in one place. The GNC constantly monitors each and every one of the over 600 trains in operation every day, and can immediately respond to any operating failures, accidents and other incidents. Siemens has been upgrading the signaling systems for the entire railway network of the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) since 2011.

 

Source: Siemens

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