Berliner Digitaler Bahnbetrieb
Building the future of railway systems
Televic GSP and a variety of industry and research partners will research on technologies for automated train operation in the project 'Berliner Digitaler Bahnbetrieb' (BerDiBa), including field evaluations. The aim is to make rail traffic more reliable and its processes more efficient.
Televic GSP will research anomaly detection systems combined with a digital twin that allows you to analyse network communications by replaying the scenario and taking a deep dive into what went wrong – and how it can be fixed.
"In order to find a solution, we are researching implementations of the newest Angle-of-Arrival definition in Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE). We want to localize people anonymously which is not possible with the current implementation of the BLE standard while maintaining accuracy.
That’s why we started researching a new system based on the standard Bluetooth signals phones are constantly emitting" says Steven Lauwereins, Research lead at Televic GSP.
Over the next 4 years, a consortium of 12 industry and research partners – including Televic GSP – will research on technologies for automated train operation in the project 'Berliner Digitaler Bahnbetrieb' (BerDiBa).
BerDiBa is receiving 7.6 million euros in funding from the city of Berlin via the 'Pro FIT' financing measure for innovative projects and has a total budget of 13.7 million euros.