TieTran ROVE – New-age Intelligent Electric Transit
Primerail Infralabs, India is developing TieTran ROVE solution to expedite Autonomous vehicles deployment for on-demand in-campus and last-mile transit. Solar Powered Electric Robotic Vehicles (ROVEs) moves in a Spaceframe tube over guides in a secured environment. It is conducting trials over 430m length with three boarding/de-boarding points test facility at Bangalore, India.Roves& autonomous control systems are undergoing safety and reliability tests.
TieTran harnesses Solar energy with panels erected over tubes and feeds DC power through bus-bar to run vehicles at 50km/h at 4-5 second headway. Roves move non-stop from origin to destination in main tube and switches on its own to reach off-line station. Roves can be entered or exited at close designated points, which are within Five Minute walking Distance from home/office/shopping.
ROVEs can move upto 5000 people per hour per direction. It is an On-demand, Smart, Electric & Sustainable shared transit system.
TIETRAN – The Intelligent Eco TRANsport System is an Autonomous Guided Personnel Rapid Transit system with “Fitness First” and “Clean Technology”concepts at its core. This is basically a self-balancing e-cycle on dedicated lean elevated tubes. Users can book a trip through smart phone application which establishes the identity of user, selects the best route based on origin and destination, and moves at pre-programmed speeds. Tietran is the most apt mode of shorter commute in urban areas, tech parks, tourist places, amusement parks, large industrial complexes, integrated townships, airports, marine ports, river crossings, river islands, towns etc.
PSC plinth system is modular, can be precast at a casting yard and is assembled at site to create the track system which has applicability in Metro Rail, High Speed Rail, Mainline and Station Aprons. PSC Plinth is a resilient system supported at discrete intervals
Biebus is an innovative bi-level BRT systems which delivers around 15000-18000 pphpd with operational speeds of 30 to 35 kmph. The system is guided, and signal free with indigenous technology. Some of the highlights of the system are least land footprints, ability to manoeuvre sharp curves (40 to 45 m), climb steep grades (upto 10%), has wider coverage, less implementation time, dual door system aiding faster disembarking, and eco-friendly