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Diciembre 20, 2010

Las ventajas de un sistema e-BRT

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Vehicle (according to application and manufacturer):

•articulated

•bi-articulated

Length

approx. 18 m – 24 m

Width

2.50-2.55

At-stop recharge time (nominal time)

20 s

Energy transfer interface

• Double pantograph + double rigid catenary base version

• Wayside contactless recharging system on request

• Overhead contact line possible between certain stations

Siemens supplies the components of the e-BRT technical core:

ON BOARD THE VEHICLES:

  • Traction and auxiliary drive equipment,energy recovery and storage unit, rapid transfer interface, energy management, optiguide optical guidance and positioning
    Communication with wayside
  • ON THE GROUND:

  • passenger station with fast charging unit, communication with the vehicles, wayside guidance components, platform doors (optional) and operation control centre.
  • The e-BRT concept can be implemented with vehicles from most manufacturers
    Siemens Mobility brings together in the e-BRT and Green Rapid Transit®
    concepts its mastery of the design and realization of
    integrated transport systems, including in the areas of:
    – electric traction applied to electric and hybrid buses, trolleybuses, trams, metro and surface trains
    – onboard energy storage units: SITRAS HES and MES, already used in Lisbon for tram power
    – guidance of buses and trolleybuses with Optiguide.

    Siemens Mobility
    Siemens SAS Mobility is the international centre of competence
    for fully-automated metro systems and one of the world
    leaders in Automated Train Control Systems.
    In France, Siemens SAS Mobility also markets all the railway
    products and services of the Siemens group.
    Its extensive experience of implementing turnkey projects
    and maintenance services provides effective support for
    its range range of expertise. As a subsidiary of Siemens
    France, Siemens SAS Mobility is part of the Mobility division
    of Siemens AG.

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    3 Comentarios


    1. mauricio olaya

      Hay que hacer pasos deprimidos en cada semáforo, es mucho más económico que el metro y se acaban los estrellones. Se mejora la movilidad un 50%. Se reduce el tránsito hasta 35 minutos. Deben definirse rutas circulares y de a tres biarticulados en horas pico o uno en horas valle. Debe retirarse la multiplicidad de rutas o creen que el metro va a tener B11, H4, H91 etc?


    2. oscar ortiz

      Seria una solucion excelente para Bogotá y cualquier ciudad de Colombia.



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