Contract awarded for the manufacture of a simulator for the high-speed rail workforce – ThePrint – ANIFeed

New Delhi [India] July 16 (ANI): National High-Speed ​​Rail Corporation Limited (NHSRCL) has awarded a contract to Mitsubishi Precision Company, Limited, Japan for the design, manufacture, supply and commissioning of railroad trainer simulators. a high-speed train, popularly known as high-speed train.

The simulators will be used for training purposes at the Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed ​​Rail Corridor (MAHSR) HSR Training Institute in Vadodara. A sample track is already being installed for training purposes.

According to an official statement from the NHSRCL, the training simulators will help drivers, train conductors, instructors and train or rolling stock maintenance personnel understand high-speed rail (HSR) driving theory.

“It will be possible to conduct training for single driver, single driver as well as group training of driver, driver and dispatcher together,” the statement said.

The package is awarded to the Mitsubishi Precision Company at a price of Rs 201.21 crores. The delivery time for the simulator would be 28 months from the start of the contract.

The first phase of the ambitious Mumbai-Ahmedabad high-speed rail project, a 50km stretch between Surat and Bilimora in Gujarat, is expected to be operational in 2026. (ANI)

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