Under the overall command of Signal & Communication Branch of Shanghai Shentong MetroCo., Ltd., equipment connection and train certification were conducted from the night of August 26 to the early morning of August 27. Together with other professional service providers, TST successfully realized the connection of Shanghai Metro Line 5 and Line 9 to the Control Center of Shanghai Rail Transit Network Operation, Dispatch and Command Building (C3).
“The official use of the C3 building marks the era when Shanghai’s metro operation will move towards networked operation, command and dispatch. The C3 building can monitor and dispatch nearly 30 metro lines in Shanghai in the future. This time, the successful connection of Metro Line 5 and Line 9 to the C3 Control Center is a milestone worth celebrating, as their signaling system services are provided by TST.” said Zhang Yu, General Manager of Signal & Communication Branch of Shanghai Shentong Metro Co., Ltd.
General manager of Shanghai shentong metro maintenance & security co., LTD ZhangYu
“TST has been working closely with Signal & Communication Branch of Shanghai Shentong Metro Co., Ltd. to safeguard the traveling of Shanghai people by metro. This year, we signed a strategic cooperation agreement to jointly improve the technical level of metro maintenance and service, and help Shanghai’s metro operation to become digital, networked and intelligent tomorrow!” said Shen Hong, Deputy CEO of TST.
Deputy CEO of TST, Shenhong ( the left one)
Shanghai Rail Transit Network Operation, Dispatch and Command Building (C3) is a new metro operation and management center established by Shanghai Metro using information technology and intelligent technology, aiming to improve service quality, enhance transportation efficiency, and ensure system safety and reliability.
Shanghai Metro Line 5 and Line 9 are two important lines with the signaling system provided by TST. Particularly, Metro Line 5 boasts China’s first signaling system which was operated, built and transformed simultaneously. It also adopts the TSTCBTC2.0 system independently developed by TST for the first time.