Pilot tests of electronic identification means
In the framework of the project Security train of International coordinating Council on Trans-Eurasian Transportation (CCTT) from 28 January to 1 March on the route Brest-Severny – Kartaly - I and back to the regular service JSC UTLC ERA will be conducted pilot tests of electronic identification means.
In tests conducted within the framework of the signed agreement in 2019 between the state enterprise "Belarusian railway", JSC "RZD", FSE "Departmental security service of the Russian Railways", JSC UTLC ERA, JSC "Eurosib SPb – transport systems" and manufacturers of electronic identification means – participants of the project CCTT "Security train" will use the system of intellectual sealing means made by ODO "Belneftegaz" (Belarus), JSC STRAZH and SC Transtelematika LLC (Russia).
The purpose of the tests is to develop the technology of application of electronic identification means from different manufacturers on one container train, to monitor the progress of cargo containers in transit, to evaluate the effectiveness of electronic seals and software, and in case of alarming in transit - to provide rapid response forces of the departmental security of the Belarusian railway and FSE "Departmental security service of the Russian Railways".
The widespread use of digital technologies in the escort (protection) of transported goods in container trains in international traffic on a permanent basis, throughout the route, will significantly reduce the risks of stealing from containers, and reliably ensure the safety of goods.
The purpose of CCTT project "Security Train" is to increase the competitiveness of railway, multimodal and intermodal container services, which, of course, will help to attract additional cargo volumes, increase the share of railway freight traffic in Euro-Asian cargo transportation.
The tests are the final stage for the formation of a complete offer for cargo owners and carriers of services for the safe delivery of goods.
The first train using the CCTT "Security Train" technology with electronic seals will depart from the Brest-Severny station on January 28.
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