On Board Train, Minister Shares Video Of Anti-Collision Test By Railways
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The anti-collision test conducted by the Indian Railways to check the indigenous developed system to avoid rail accidents is "successful", Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw, who oversaw the test, said today. The indigenously developed Automatic Train Protection (ATP) system, known as Kavach, was designed to help the Railways achieve the goal of "zero accidents".
'Kavach' automatically stopped the train before 380 metres of other Locomotive at the front, he said.
The minister also shared a video from inside a train that was part of anti-collision test conducted by the Indian Railways in Secunderabad.