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Mangal Dev
Mangal Dev Director, Hitachi India Pvt. Ltd. and
Head of Hitachi Railway Systems Business Division, Hitachi India Pvt. Ltd. and South Asia Region

Hitachi has been a trusted partner to transform the transportation System in India with smart, intelligent mobility and railway solutions to meet growing urbanization. Recently, Hitachi is implementing the dedicated freight corridor (DFC) project where Hitachi has two projects of introducing Automatic Block signaling with Train management system (TMS), GSM-R telecommunication system and the European Train Control System (ETCS) between Rewari and Vadodara to Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust. This project is of enormous national importance and it will help increasing the capacity of mass transportation and the speed of freight trains.

Hitachi’s Integrated Solutions are transforming Railways worldwide

In India, with the growth in population and economy, the share of Indian Railways in per capita mobility could rise from 6,000 km in 2010 to 26,000 km by 2050.1 Hitachi is helping Indian Railways secure its share in the nation's growing mobility through Social Innovation in train transport.

Spread over 66,000 Route kilometres, Indian Railways, the 3rd largest rail network in the world is truly India’s lifeline.

It’s long distance and suburban network carried more than 8,000 million passengers and an estimated 1.01 billion tons of freight in the fiscal year 2016-17.2

Recently, Hitachi has been awarded one of the biggest signaling and telecommunication contracts by Indian Railway construction major DFCCIL. The project will contribute to the creation of safe and modern logistical infrastructure in India.

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Source:
1 - Promoting low carbon transport in India, an IIM, Ahmedabad and United Nations Environment Programme paper, September 2015
2 - Indian Railways Facts & Figures 2016-17

Modernising the Rail Transport

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