BRI NEWS China's first intelligent driving heavy-duty locomotive starts to run

BRI NEWS

China's first intelligent driving heavy-duty locomotive starts to run

By Ma Teng and Wang Guoshi | CNWest

19:05, October 18, 2019

China's first intelligent driving heavy-duty train started running on October 16  from Shenmu North Station to Shuozhou with 108 coal wagons loaded with more than 10,000 tons.

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The Shenmu - Shuozhou railway is the main railway to transport coal in China, with a total length of 270 kilometers and an annual load capacity of more than 200 million tons of coal. Advanced technologies such as RF sensor technology, Internet of things technology and cloud computing technology will be used.

Nanjie, the company’s general manager, said, "The locomotive is driven automatically from start to finish."

(Compiler by Ma Luyao)

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