Smart Technology Improves Rail Track Laying Efficiency
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Smart Technology Improves Rail Track Laying Efficiency

China Daily reported that State-owned construction behemoth China Tiesiju Civil Engineering Group recently used China’s first intelligent track-laying

China Daily reported that State-owned construction behemoth China Tiesiju Civil Engineering Group recently used China’s first intelligent track-laying facilities to lay a pair of 500-meterlong ballast-free track segments for a CNY 38.24 billion 246.6-kilometer high-speed railway line. Three drivers operated the long-rail intelligent sorting vehicle, push and roller recovery vehicle, and the tractor for the WPZ-500 Model facility, respectively, in close coordination, to nimbly lay the pair of railway tracks with great precision. Compared with traditional methods, the smart track-laying technology can help save some 63% on on-site laborers, upgrade the degree of track-laying mechanization to 90%, while also reducing damage to construction materials

The Zhangjiajie-Jishou-Huaihua High-speed Railway, which is nearing completion, traverses the Wuling Mountains, which stretch across Central China and Southwestern China. The railway will link three cities in western Hunan province, and benefit from the intelligent complex composed of four sets of equipment developed by the 70-year-old CTCE. The railway line will have eight stops, numerous bridges and mountain tunnels, and trains can reach speeds of up to 350 kilometers per hour, and benefit some 7.85 million residents in the mountainous area. The project began in 2019

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